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post #11 of 73 (permalink) Old 02-06-2013, 02:07 PM
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id Look and see what you can order from jab-tech they have much better prices the pump and res would be 35 cheaper alone.


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For that loop, I would ABSOLUTELY go with an MCP35X!!! Pressure > Flow when you have that many components, and an MCP35X will be able to continue to keep adequate flow in a loop where you'd have to use 2 D5's....

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For that loop, I would ABSOLUTELY go with an MCP35X!!! Pressure > Flow when you have that many components, and an MCP35X will be able to continue to keep adequate flow in a loop where you'd have to use 2 D5's....

He does not need 2 d5 pumps for that hes using a bridge for the cards so makes it easyer my loop is almost identical other then i have 1 less card but i have block thats very resrictive and i have 0 problems and great temps.


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Drop the Supreme LTX and get a proper Supremacy block

Edit: and where is that list coming from? It seems to be rather expensive.

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I didn't mean to say that he needs 2x D5s, simply that when it comes to pumps, a single MCP35X will go further than a ssingle D5.

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I didn't mean to say that he needs 2x D5s, simply that when it comes to pumps, a single MCP35X will go further than a ssingle D5.

Crazy talk.

A vari mcp655 is quieter and has more pressure

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People should really be sure about stuff when they make posts like that. The 35X produces Around 6.5PSI at 1 GPM flow and the D5 produces around 4.5PSI at the same flow.

Having said that the EK GPU blocks are usually the highest flow / least restrictive blocks available so I would not be worried about using a D5.

I would rather have a D5 every time for their quietness


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Thank you, Jakusonfire, I was looking for that graph!

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... except those aren't his components...




A single D5 yields 4.5 psi at 1gpm when running at a full 12v.
Each video card drops pressure by 1.1psi at 1gpm. That leaves 1.2psi in 3xseries.
The CPU block drops pressure by 1.8psi at 1gpm.

Now you're at -0.6psi and still have to account for radiators, tubing, fittings, etc. That means running full out at 12v, you won't get 1gpm out of a single D5. You'll either want to get two D5s in series (which you can then run both at a lower speed), or go for an MCP35X. Otherwise, you could put your video cards in parallel; but that means that each one will only get 1/3 of the flow.

You could, of course, just keep it as-is and run a single D5 on max 24/7 and be content with somewhere around 0.7-0.8gpm too.
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