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I have a jingway version of this pump and it has no problem pumping through 4x 90s, 120 rad, 240 rad, and a cpu.
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post #12 of 25
as the review said, it wont hurt flow too much and in the end, the temperature difference it makes should be minimal.

i suggest getting as many fittings with as many angles as you need to make your loop clean and uncluttered.
    
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post #13 of 25
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Originally Posted by Kick View Post
as the review said, it wont hurt flow too much and in the end, the temperature difference it makes should be minimal.

i suggest getting as many fittings with as many angles as you need to make your loop clean and uncluttered.
clean and uncluttered hits it right on the head. that is always my number 1 priority. i don't want a rats nest of a computer. i value a esthetically pleasing look along side performance. thanks all for the insight.
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post #14 of 25
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Originally Posted by Averwind View Post
It will effect the flow rate naturally but nothing serious. If you want to keep the looks go for it. Below is a detailed explanation and basically you need to use 30 fittings so make a 1C temperature difference

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/....php?p=4727171
thank you for the link, it was very educational.
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post #15 of 25
90 degree will not hurt ur flow, if you read up on how water works, it flows in which ever direction it need, straight right left, as long as the path is the same size, it would take 20 90 degree to slow any flow of water
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90 degree will not hurt ur flow, if you read up on how water works, it flows in which ever direction it need, straight right left, as long as the path is the same size, it would take 20 90 degree to slow any flow of water
That's just not true. The unsmoothed 90-degree bend especially with the short radius in most fittings causes restriction, which absolutely slow down the flow. As Martin tested, the drop is not enough to cause much change in temperatures given most pumps' power these days, but there will definitely be restriction losses.

Even a straight pipe/tube/fitting has losses to restriction, it just varies in severity.
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post #17 of 25
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Would it be a problem if I connected a 45 degree fitting to the pump itself?
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post #18 of 25
Not different than connecting it further down the loop, you'll be fine
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Worked like a charm, and the pc is booted to show life, woohoo! Now for the leak test.
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Sorry but why would you leak test after you have every thing hooked up? Oh and congratz!
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