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Yes that is unusual!! I use to love the site until it was sold out to corporate sponsors!! But cant blame them for taking the money!!

AS far as I'm concerned, Tom's Hardware, is as useless as tits on a bull!!! lachen.gif
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post #13902 of 20447
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

AS far as I'm concerned, Tom's Hardware, is as useless as tits on a bull!!! lachen.gif

it kills me all these sites even the independent sites never have anything bad to say about any product!! wish someone would and could be honest about their reviews!!!
post #13903 of 20447
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUbpb23yTK8
here is a perfect example of what you are talking about.

first the company gives them a lot of products, then they ask for a favorable review of there products.
its the same tactics that a car dealer uses to sell cars, but if one considers that this type of review process is done for all products, one is only left with coming to places like this, and asking real people what there experience with the product is, when I find three people that have the same opinion, I take those opinions, as the truth about the product.
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I can tell you that after 4 rads, a cpu and 2 GPUs in a single loop, a d5 will really decrease your flow. (at least mine did) I believe mine went down by 50% on full speed. I leave it at full now when I used to be able to leave it at 50% when I only had one rad.
post #13905 of 20447
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I can tell you that after 4 rads, a cpu and 2 GPUs in a single loop, a d5 will really decrease your flow. (at least mine did) I believe mine went down by 50% on full speed. I leave it at full now when I used to be able to leave it at 50% when I only had one rad.

D5 is not decreasing you flow all the radiators are!!
post #13906 of 20447
here have a look at this, and it might help with the flow on that loop.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1573189/serial-vs-parallel-9-6lpm
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I can tell you that after 4 rads, a cpu and 2 GPUs in a single loop, a d5 will really decrease your flow. (at least mine did) I believe mine went down by 50% on full speed. I leave it at full now when I used to be able to leave it at 50% when I only had one rad.
post #13907 of 20447
I like that concept but in a caselabs s8 it would be damn near impossible lol. I could add another pump but I have very little room left.
post #13908 of 20447
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D5 is not decreasing you flow all the radiators are!!

That's what I mean. I've talked to aikira too and he said he had the same head pressure problem in his s8.
post #13909 of 20447
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Originally Posted by toolmaker03 View Post

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUbpb23yTK8
here is a perfect example of what you are talking about.

first the company gives them a lot of products, then they ask for a favorable review of there products.
its the same tactics that a car dealer uses to sell cars, but if one considers that this type of review process is done for all products, one is only left with coming to places like this, and asking real people what there experience with the product is, when I find three people that have the same opinion, I take those opinions, as the truth about the product.

This is a Joke, Right?

Please let this be a joke. You don't really believe this is a genuine example of a site selling out?

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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

I can tell you that after 4 rads, a cpu and 2 GPUs in a single loop, a d5 will really decrease your flow. (at least mine did) I believe mine went down by 50% on full speed. I leave it at full now when I used to be able to leave it at 50% when I only had one rad.

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D5 is not decreasing you flow all the radiators are!!

That will depend a lot on the individual rads you use. Overall, most rads are very low restriction and therefor have only minor effects on flow rate but that isn't universally true. Common rads like any of the Alphacool models, EK PE, HWL SR2 and so on use 2mm internal tubes with at least 2 rows so it takes 3 or 4 of them to equal the restrictive effects of a single water block. Some other models Like EK SE, HWL GTX & GTS and Koolance use narrower 1.5mm tubes and in the case of the SE and GTS only a single row of them. This makes a huge difference to the restriction such that a single rad can nearly equal a modern high flow water block in restriction. Add 3 or 4 of them to a loop and you begin to really sap the available pressure of any pump.
Edited by Jakusonfire - 1/24/16 at 3:48pm
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Double post

Like a dum dum
Edited by Jakusonfire - 1/24/16 at 3:49pm
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