Originally Posted by IT Diva
Unless it's kinked somewhere, extra tubing doesn't really make any difference worth noting. . . other than aesthetics at least
Tubing itself just doesn't add much restriction until you have to measure it in yards instead of inches.
There are lots of setups with remote rads that have a few yards of tubing to and from, and have decent flow without having to go to mega pump setups, so look at all the other possibilities first.
Go ahead and hit me over the head, I had multiple yards of tubing in each loop. Heck the cpu loop was probably 6feet of tubing, 15+ 45 degree adapters, cpu block, and full chipset block.
Mind you I did have plans of swapping to rigid acrylic and changing graphics cards so I was going to make everything nice and neat, so the first run on this build everything was literally thrown into the back to deal with later
Originally Posted by TheCautiousOne
I would certainly hope Not! I have my setup that consist of exactly that. Mcp35x/480mm/240mm/ 980 x 2 Waterblocks in Parallel. I (Thought) that would more than do -able
The Cautious One
I want a pic of your Set up ALT F4!!The Division (Click to show)
You did such a killer job on the details. The board, cpu block, ram, those white accents are awesome
Originally Posted by seross69
Yeah maybe a picture would help another thing is a flow meter so youcan make sure no kinks or restriction of water!! If fans are on 75% there is no reason not to have a 10 degree delta..
I have some older cringe worthy pictures here
. I'll be up by sunrise to tear it down before lunch time. I'm going to do the shortest runs everywhere and try to avoid angled fittings.Edited by ALT F4 - 4/17/15 at 11:06pm