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That loop must be a flow monster with two MCP35x DDC units running. At least the MCX units can be PWM driven to slow it down.
     
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That loop must be a flow monster with two MCP35x DDC units running. At least the MCX units can be PWM driven to slow it down.
Yeah I bet, I've got a pair of D5 Varios running at setting 5 (max) in parallel, just spaced out in the loop to help average out the pressure drop, and they push some serious water... I'd like to get a flowmeter sometime to see what it actually is running at. 2 pumps for 3 rads, 6 blocks, and a few 90-degree fittings here and there and they handle it with no problem at all. This rig with less restriction must fly. Can't wait to see some temps.
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Well the res can't be higher than the radiators. It's just not physically possible. There's no room and I can't attach a longer tube to it because when I put it back down it won't fit.

The only thing I can try to do is tilt the case back and forth and let it run and run and run.

Is the pump supposed to be really hot to the touch? I assume it is.

Big issue: Is the water supposed to go in the tube in the reservoir while the pump is running? At some points, the water in the tube in the reservoir is higher than the water in the reservoir.

My friend said I should just take the top off the reservoir and let it run overnight...will this help AT ALL?
maybe one of the pump is not working properly? RMA? anything blocking the pump maybe, tissue or so but probably not possible with the flow you have...
I have 2x 35X as well and if i touch them they are not even warm
I used one pump only for filling the loop but also encountering still that there is still water missing in the loop, my position of the pump is also not very suitable (bottom) and the acrylic res has cracked now, but for the noise i hear not even the Supreme HF rev2 only the pumps and the cyclone a bit...

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my mcp355 did surge quite a bit as water was being fed to it. once the loop was completely filled, shed quieted down significantly and the surges stopped . glad to see some progress
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