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Can somesone show how all the connection's work with pic's. That would really help me understand and the whole watecooling does seem cheap at all.
    
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It's fairly simple.

Basically the Water Blocks replace the Air Heatsink fans in order to cool the CPU, GPU, or both. Now it's just one big continuous flow of water

Pump -> Radiator -> CPU -> GPU -> Pump - This is if you do not have a Reservoir

or

Pump -> Reservoir -> Radiator -> CPU -> GPU -> Pump

Pretty much the water starts at the reservoir or the T-line (basically just a tube that's filled with extra coolant that's attatched somewhere in the loop to hold extra water (because water evaporates slowly and you need extra). you typically do not have to worry as much with a reservoir becasue they can hold a lot of extra water depending on size.

I'll pull a Pic you show you how it all flows if you need a picture layout

EDIT: I pulled Hockeygoalie's pic from the Watercooling pic thread, hopefully this answers your question, if not keep asking, we'll answer them
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Thank you so much that clear's it so much!!
    
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Actually I have it wrong....at least from my pumps standpoint (MCP650/D4), the pump feeds from the low point and pushes from the top.

It might depend on the pump on the direction of input/output. I was going on where the Radiator -> CPU was since that's the general rule of thumb to have the CPU after the rad
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