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post #12581 of 12605 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 12:01 AM
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Couldn't you make your own cables? This thread (RGBpx wiring Diagram) at AC might help. It has links in it to the correct Molex parts (1.25mm Pitch PicoBlade Wire-to-Wire and Wire-to-Board Housing, Female, 4 Circuits) you would need, as well as pre-built cables that might work.

Also, if you're going to go diy and make your own, the hand crimp tool for 1.25mm Pitch PicoBlade Female Crimp Terminals, 26-32 AWG looks like the correct one to use. Like other Molex crimp tools, it is expensive though (~$350 or so, give or take)

Not sure how well other crimp tools might work.
just a thought after following that hand crimp tool link . .

https://www.molex.com/molex/products...ble_assemblies

lead to both (through digi key)
https://www.digikey.com/products/en?...ords=797580014

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?...ords=797580006

could some thing like those work (depending on length?)

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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
just a thought after following that hand crimp tool link . .

https://www.molex.com/molex/products...ble_assemblies

lead to both (through digi key)
https://www.digikey.com/products/en?...ords=797580014

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?...ords=797580006

could some thing like those work (depending on length?)
Yes, there's a fairly strong possibility of that as long as the terminals used in the wider connector housing are also picoblades.

For reference purposes:

Molex 63827-1400 Crimper Application Tooling Specification
Pre-made Cable drawing (multiple cable options shown)
Picoblade pre-made cables; 152mm and 304mm (150/300) lengths


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flow weak with 4 pumps?

I'd definitely split your loop up, & try to remove as many 90s as humanly possible.

At one point I had 4 60mm 480s, 3 gpu, cpu, memory, chipset, & still maintained 200lp/h cuz I used next to no 90s.
I have the same question. I have a friend who uses one pump in a GPU+CPU setup with externally-located MoRa 420 and he doesn't have a flow issue, even with QDCs an several 90 degrees. Another friend has a setup with CPU+GPU and two EKWB XE360 radiators, all in series, and his flow is 240 l/minute. My setup, with 2x 1080 Tis in SLI and a monoblock, with 2x EKWB D5 pumps in a volute (in series) has more than enough flow, as you can see in my sig (cca 330 L/h).

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I also have flow issues.
When I was able to check my flow I was only getting 1.1GPM with both pairs of pumps at 100%. I have at most 4-6 90 degree bends and 3 QDC4’s yet I still have flow.

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You should check your radiators for blockages. This happens more often than thought, I encountered a couple cases myself.

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My Radiators are brand new so no blockages, I think my issues it from the 90 degree bends and the QDC’s. I’ll have to get more creative with my tube routing.

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Could be radiators if they weren't cleaned prior to installation or buildup over time. Other than that, I agree that the bends actually add up.

I personally witnessed it myself the last few months since I upgraded my DDC's since one of them died of age and had them replaced with two EK D5 G2s in serial. My DDC's needed 40% PWM to flow @ 1.0 GPM. My D5s atm need 90-95%+ to be around 1.0 GPM and I only max out at 1.1 GPM @ 100% when my DDCs went even further than that. Here's the thing though. I went from dual GPUs in SLI to a new single GPU during the new pump installation. You would think my loop should be less restrictive right? What happened you asked? I added another 3-4 90 degree bends. From a total of 14 fittings, I use 4 straights (2 straight barbs for flow meter) and the rest are bends and to be exact, 7 are 90 degrees.

My High Flow meter used to lay flat but now it's facing horizontal upward or vertical instead of it's bottom or back so I'm not sure if that's the cause of the readings I'm getting but the addition bends I had added to the loop and repositioning of the flow meter is when I noticed the flow change knowing the DDCs (35X) have great head pressure compared to the D5s.

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Yeah it’s likely all the 90 degree bends and all the other assorted bends. I may have gone a little overboard stuffing 4 rads, and cooling the GPU, CPU and MB, the CPU to MB is just a PIA to connect without bends. By not cutting the case I’ve limited myself. I’ll do another tear down at a later date and see if I can route a bit better. I’m happy with the flow at 100% for now.

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The 90 degrees don't add as much restriction as generally believed. The heaviest restriction is in the waterblocks and radiators. Especially if the whole circuit is in series.

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