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Testing already finished, I need to analyze and plot the results but looks like a slaughter of the few 140mm fans tested out so far. Now I am having second thoughts about all these Blacknoise fans here lol.

Does it include phanteks this time? They really need to send you some fans ffs.
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Yeah I finally finished testing out the PH-F140MP that I had been sent along with the PH-F120MP. It's not really intended to be an outright performer, they gave priority to noise more as with the 120mm version. I will include it in also.
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hi everyone, not sure if this is the correct place to ask this but just thought better ask here than start a new post.

first off: me = noob. forgive the lack of knowledge of wc tech.

just wondering, if i wanted to parallel flow my 2x 970 GTX GPUs, do both the wblocks have to b identical? cos at the moment, they're in a serial setup (1 pipe connecting) and both graphic cards are different brands (1 is a gainward ref design 970 gtx using an EKFC-670 gpu full cover block, the other 970 is a palit ref design using a universal gpu block made by watercool heatkiller it's called a gpu-x core3?? u can find it here this is what it looks like http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17556/ex-blc-1366/HEATKILLER_GPU-X_Core_LT_Universal_VGA_Water_Block_17001.html)

both gpu temps go up to high 50s to mid 60s deg celsius under full load (gaming GTA5 etc). the reason i would like to do the parallel connection is just for looks. performance wise i dont really know either - i have been told it works and many others say it doesnt work and also either way doesnt make much difference in performance and temps. other thing is i don't think anyone else has such a lame setup of using 2 different gpu blocks like i am. reason is cos the stuff was just lying around so i thought of saving some budget and re-using 'em on my 970s. i have a simple single loop that cools cpu, chipset, 1x 360 rad, 1x 480 rad, 2x 970s gpus, mobo vrm, all flowed by a single d5 pmp-450 koolance pump.

so ya basically what i wanted to know is, do both gpu blocks have to b the same before i can change the serial connection to a parallel (i hope i spelt that correctly) connection between the gpus? may i also know what performance degradation i will have by doing this? sory for asking so many questions n sory for my bad english hope u guys can understand what i mean. any advice from u guys is very much appreciated and nice to meet u all =)
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Am reading this right, put rubber ring under the pump?
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It looks as though there will be a grove on the bottom plate that secures the pump to the base plate. The groove should be around the hole of the bottom plate.

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hi everyone, not sure if this is the correct place to ask this but just thought better ask here than start a new post.

first off: me = noob. forgive the lack of knowledge of wc tech.

just wondering, if i wanted to parallel flow my 2x 970 GTX GPUs, do both the wblocks have to b identical? cos at the moment, they're in a serial setup (1 pipe connecting) and both graphic cards are different brands (1 is a gainward ref design 970 gtx using an EKFC-670 gpu full cover block, the other 970 is a palit ref design using a universal gpu block made by watercool heatkiller it's called a gpu-x core3?? u can find it here this is what it looks like http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17556/ex-blc-1366/HEATKILLER_GPU-X_Core_LT_Universal_VGA_Water_Block_17001.html)

both gpu temps go up to high 50s to mid 60s deg celsius under full load (gaming GTA5 etc). the reason i would like to do the parallel connection is just for looks. performance wise i dont really know either - i have been told it works and many others say it doesnt work and also either way doesnt make much difference in performance and temps. other thing is i don't think anyone else has such a lame setup of using 2 different gpu blocks like i am. reason is cos the stuff was just lying around so i thought of saving some budget and re-using 'em on my 970s. i have a simple single loop that cools cpu, chipset, 1x 360 rad, 1x 480 rad, 2x 970s gpus, mobo vrm, all flowed by a single d5 pmp-450 koolance pump.

so ya basically what i wanted to know is, do both gpu blocks have to b the same before i can change the serial connection to a parallel (i hope i spelt that correctly) connection between the gpus? may i also know what performance degradation i will have by doing this? sory for asking so many questions n sory for my bad english hope u guys can understand what i mean. any advice from u guys is very much appreciated and nice to meet u all =)

Short answer, they should be the same. That being said, im a big fan of testing for science. Id say try it and see what happens to your temp. You most likely would never damage them just seeing if it made any difference.
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thanks!
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hi everyone, not sure if this is the correct place to ask this but just thought better ask here than start a new post.

first off: me = noob. forgive the lack of knowledge of wc tech.

just wondering, if i wanted to parallel flow my 2x 970 GTX GPUs, do both the wblocks have to b identical? cos at the moment, they're in a serial setup (1 pipe connecting) and both graphic cards are different brands (1 is a gainward ref design 970 gtx using an EKFC-670 gpu full cover block, the other 970 is a palit ref design using a universal gpu block made by watercool heatkiller it's called a gpu-x core3?? u can find it here this is what it looks like http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17556/ex-blc-1366/HEATKILLER_GPU-X_Core_LT_Universal_VGA_Water_Block_17001.html)
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both gpu temps go up to high 50s to mid 60s deg celsius under full load (gaming GTA5 etc). the reason i would like to do the parallel connection is just for looks. performance wise i dont really know either - i have been told it works and many others say it doesnt work and also either way doesnt make much difference in performance and temps. other thing is i don't think anyone else has such a lame setup of using 2 different gpu blocks like i am. reason is cos the stuff was just lying around so i thought of saving some budget and re-using 'em on my 970s. i have a simple single loop that cools cpu, chipset, 1x 360 rad, 1x 480 rad, 2x 970s gpus, mobo vrm, all flowed by a single d5 pmp-450 koolance pump.

so ya basically what i wanted to know is, do both gpu blocks have to b the same before i can change the serial connection to a parallel (i hope i spelt that correctly) connection between the gpus? may i also know what performance degradation i will have by doing this? sory for asking so many questions n sory for my bad english hope u guys can understand what i mean. any advice from u guys is very much appreciated and nice to meet u all =)

I don't think it needs to be from the same brand. I'd say try it to see if you will have a temp difference but if you have one it shouldn't be that much of a difference.

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Am reading this right, put rubber ring under the pump?

Yes, the seal will be between the bottom attachment and the pump instead of between the pump and the bottom of the pump top.
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Count me in....

My Powercolor R9 290x LCS came with a factory mounted EK water block.




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