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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?
no the center is the inlet and the top out is the outlet. get to know your pumps..
post #22 of 65
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this is one simalier to the one i used
http://www.indiamart.com/bsktech/flow-meter.html
post #23 of 65
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no the center is the inlet and the top out is the outlet. get to know your pumps..
Easy chief, as someone with 2 D5's in my loop (those are pumps), I'm intimately familiar with them. What I asked about, and you even quoted it, was the Supreme, as in EK Supreme HF, as in your CPU block. Glad you know the hardware you used
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post #24 of 65
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Easy chief, as someone with 2 D5's in my loop (those are pumps), I'm intimately familiar with them. What I asked about, and you even quoted it, was the Supreme, as in EK Supreme HF, as in your CPU block. Glad you know the hardware you used
no. this is the pump...Swiftech MCP655-B 12v Water Pump w/ 3/8" Conversion Kit (317 GPH)

you said it was a supreme not me . i never said whaty pump it was .
post #25 of 65
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no. this is the pump...Swiftech MCP655-B 12v Water Pump w/ 3/8" Conversion Kit (317 GPH)

you said it was a supreme not me . i never said whaty pump it was .
Laing D5 = Swiftech MCP655 = Koolance rebrand. Laing D5 is the OEM name, I'm sorry for confusing you You're still dodging my original question, about the CPU block, which is the EK Supreme HF isn't it? You didn't need to say what pump it is, I could see exactly what pump it is.

Edit: Look, I'm not trying to bother you- if you find me unhelpful, I'll leave, but I just wanted to be sure that you looked at your block to make sure it was connected properly, for the type of waterflow the block uses the connections are directional, I think you've got it backwards, which would really lose the effectiveness of that particular block.
Edited by SaltwaterCooled - 3/1/11 at 5:27pm
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Edit: Look, I'm not trying to bother you- if you find me unhelpful, I'll leave, but I just wanted to be sure that you looked at your block to make sure it was connected properly, for the type of waterflow the block uses the connections are directional, I think you've got it backwards, which would really lose the effectiveness of that particular block.
It is backwards. The flow is splitting into the mobo block and then directed into the outlet of the cpu block. And just so everyone is clear, I drew a picture:


You really need to flip the block around
    
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It is backwards. The flow is splitting into the mobo block and then directed into the outlet of the cpu block. And just so everyone is clear, I drew a picture:


You really need to flip the block around
That's what I thought, I was just trying to give the OP the benefit of the doubt since I wasn't 100% sure given the acrylic top making it hard to see the orientation of the EK logo in the pick. Thanks Just_ for the picture
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I'm just so confused
    
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Not how I would've done things but I applaud the effort! Not a fan of clear tubing though. I use hardware store's generic 3/8" tubing but sleeved it with 1/2" black sleeving lol.
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I'm just so confused
The water coming in to the CPU block is coming into the wrong port on the block. The block is directional due to its internal design, running the water through it backwards defeats the purpose of the jetplate. Other than that, the OP was confused about several of my questions but I think we sorted that out, sorry for the confusing read
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