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Originally Posted by miahallen View Post
Yes, there is a flow meter built into my Tecnofront Challenger X1 res...Although I do not know the scale of the meter.

With a single EK Supreme HF block, the meter is pegged. With three EK full cover GTX580 blocks in parrallel and the EK Supreme HF block all in the loop, the meter was at about 90%. I still need to test with the Supreme HF + 2x VGA Supreme HF in series, which will be the most restrictive I plan to get this.

And temps have been what I expected....great!
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hey fortunesolace

my system with externally mounted MoRa 3 9*140 is here

great temps at low rpm, flowrate of 120 liters/hour with 10mm(3/8) tubing, Koolance QDC, Supreme HF, AquagraFX 480 (restrictive!) and a Aquastream XT pump at max ... though I run it on ~70 liters/hour for ultimate silence and don't see difference in temperature on cpu/gpu
Great! Thanks guys. +rep to both of you.
 
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post #32 of 33
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a. what's the "narrow side"?

b. I doubt it, but I don't know for sure. The MORA is thicker

I'm not sure hot you would effectively do a "dual loop" setup with a single rad. But I'm pretty sure any method of attempting this without major radiator modifications would place the pumps in parrallel, which is a no-no
If I were you I'd do dual pumps and a single loop for all your components
Thanks a lot for your answer... !

Most probably I will go with single loop and 2x MCP655 in series (probably assembled through a dual top, if any), even if it is not 100%needed, just for redundancy (in case one pump fails)

Now, regarding the installation of the pump/reservoir on the mora "narrow" side, this is what I mean. This man has done it perfect!

http://www.realredraider.com/vbullet...9&postcount=83

Again, thanks!
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Ah, I see ...just don't screw them in
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