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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-29-2019, 12:07 PM
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Out of curiosity, what case was it for? Not sure if it's trying to account for spacing of something or if it's just having a moment.

I picked the Fractal Design Meshify S2 so that shouldn't be an issue I wouldn't think, the case is huge. Maybe since it's a new case it's just recommending the small radiators so it doesn't recommend something too big? But for both the top/front/bottom radiators it recommended the SE's and even at the bottom for the "expert mode" configuration it didn't show anything but SE's.

I just tried it with a Lian LI PC-011 and it suggests SEs and PEs, guess it is from my case selection.

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I picked the Fractal Design Meshify S2 so that shouldn't be an issue I wouldn't think, the case is huge. Maybe since it's a new case it's just recommending the small radiators so it doesn't recommend something too big? But for both the top and bottom radiators it recommended the SE's and even at the bottom for the "expert mode" configuration it didn't show anything but SE's.

I just tried it with a Lian LI PC-011 and it suggests SEs and PEs, guess it is from my case selection.
Yep. That's definitely just the configurator getting itself confused. Thanks for the info. I'll pass this along.

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A Single pump is OK if you're fine with running it at 100%, and even then you aren't going to do much better than .6-.7 GPM.

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A Single pump is OK if you're fine with running it at 100%, and even then you aren't going to do much better than .6-.7 GPM.
Not necessary....I run my D5 Vario at around 70% - (Max) 75%....2800 - 3000 RPM.(4300 RPM is 100%)....temps are perfect for a 9900K at 5 - 5.1 Ghz and 2 x 1080Ti's at 2066 Mhz Boost......no need at all for a 2nd pump or separate loops.....Ive been runing this single loop / single pump arrangement since 2014 (prior CPU 3930K at 4.9 Ghz and SLi 780Ti's)......

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Old school watercooler here.

I can attest to the "single pump is all ya need" point. It really is. A single D5 will do the job, no issue. All I run are these and...HOLY JEEZ THEY ARE $90 NOW??!!! Why, back in my day it was known as a DangerDen D5 and it cost about $50. Dang.

Your issue is going to be proper radiator sizing. You gotta get them watts outta there! So do your research on the heat load generated and get enough of and the right size rads. Take the load rating of the rads published and subtract 25. That should help account for any real world conditions they don't have in the testing lab. For example, my 7900x delidded is a nightmare even on a 360mm rad. At load there is just straight heat blowing out of it and after an hour or so the rad starts to get warm to the touch. In my case, I probably need a bigger and/or more efficient rad.

Next is a proper case and fan/rad mounting and orientation. If all you're doing is dumping heat into the case, then you're gonna have a bad time.

How you plumb is preference. Hard or soft tubing, barbs and clamps or compression fittings. Up to you.

Actual blocks, just ask here. We all have experience with one block or another.

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Hi,
Dual pumps do make getting air out of rads.... a lot faster micro bubbles have no where to hide

Temp wise probably only 2-3c better than one pump depending on how large and complex the rads are.
Also what is hit first from the pump
Most would hit the gpu's first then cpu block.

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