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What is the flow order?
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post #12 of 65
Those T lines, zip ties, and clear hose kill it imo.
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post #13 of 65
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Originally Posted by rubix_1011 View Post
If you didn't split stuff into parallel, you wouldn't need T-fittings.
ya but it wouldnt run as efficient as it dose now. and there is nothing wrong with running loops in parallel. if you know what your doing. ive run flow tests on both loops and have configgured them to run the same exact flow rates.
and im also monituring the temps of the flow in and out of each loop.
post #14 of 65
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Originally Posted by rubix_1011 View Post
What is the flow order?
loop 1=in bord then to cpu out to rad-res-pump
loop2 vid card 1 to vid card 2 to rad-res-pump
post #15 of 65
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Originally Posted by twocenst View Post
ya but it wouldnt run as efficient as it dose now. and there is nothing wrong with running loops in parallel. if you know what your doing. ive run flow tests on both loops and have configgured them to run the same exact flow rates.
and im also monituring the temps of the flow in and out of each loop.
are you now? mind showing pics of your temp probes?

also, what types of testing did you do?
post #16 of 65
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sure when i get the rest of the parts in to re do the teas ill put up some picts of temps for the cpu,bord and the vcards.along with flow temps.

i did flow rate check with a meter on each loop.
Edited by twocenst - 3/1/11 at 2:58pm
post #17 of 65
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Originally Posted by twocenst View Post
sure when i get the rest of the parts in to re do the teas ill put up some picts of temps for the cpu,bord and the vcards.along with flow temps.

i did flow rate check with a meter on each loop.
what type of meter? also, for it to be accurate you would have to measure both simultaneously to account for the restriction of the flow meter.
post #18 of 65
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what type of meter? also, for it to be accurate you would have to measure both simultaneously to account for the restriction of the flow meter.
yes i know these things im not a noob.lol and i dont rember the name right off hand of the meter .id have to go to the shop and check and see. when i get back to work lol.
post #19 of 65
I'd really advise not going parallel, any sort of change in resistance in one side of the loop and you could seriously compromise the cooling to that side. As it is, you're probably not getting the most effective temps you could, despite whatever testing you may have done. Also, unless I missed something, don't you have the inlet/outlet backwards on your Supreme?
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