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post #21 of 40
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pretty much, if you have trouble you can skype me and I can help you out with it, you need a good pump to pump the water to it cause it doesn't have an internal pump.

BTW that's a great price for that HP I would jump on that!
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haha I'm bidding for it. what pump do you use? I have an mcp655
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haha I'm bidding for it. what pump do you use? I have an mcp655
That's the one you need ^_^
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hmm...should I remove my radiator from the loop then? less restriction, and let this thing do all the cooling?
and how much power will this pull from the wall? with an 850w PSU and this on the same outlet I'm a little worried I'll blow a fuse...
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hmm...should I remove my radiator from the loop then? less restriction, and let this thing do all the cooling?
and how much power will this pull from the wall? with an 850w PSU and this on the same outlet I'm a little worried I'll blow a fuse...
Make the hot fluid enter the radiator, and then come out cold INTO the chiller. Pro leet.
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Make the hot fluid enter the radiator, and then come out cold INTO the chiller. Pro leet.
haha then hopefully the chiller doesn't have to work as hard and my outlet won't spontaneously burst into flames
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Water chillers are meant to replace the rad totally. Remove it from the loop as you are only hurting your temps.
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post #28 of 40
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Since you are doing chiller your rad will be useless as it will hinder performance, I'm not quite sure the watts used from that model since it's 2 models up from mine but it doesn't turn on till it's needed, it'll turn on chill then when it reaches a certain temp it'll chill again, idk though, since you are doing 2 GPUs and a CPU you could try both ways if you already have the Rad I would put the rad after the CPU then let the chiller chill the GPUs never hurts to experiment.

Also my chiller does 150-180 watts when it kicks on, it stays on when my computer is @ load though.
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I don't understand how a rad could possibly hinder performance...
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I don't understand how a rad could possibly hinder performance...
It's been done before that's why, sleepergsr tried it.
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