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post #48041 of 109793 (permalink) Old 08-18-2013, 08:55 AM
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Either one (like Eyedea said). As long as you have the pump after the res, you can then plumb the loop which ever order you wish. Have fun with it too. Part of wc is the imagination that goes into of how you connect things. A good pump should handle that loop w/ ease smile.gif

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Pump needs res before it to draw water from. Your rad is there to remove heat from the system and will do this no matter where it is in the loop. Make clean routes and do what works best and looks best in your case
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Whichever results in the shortest tubing. Dont think it makes much diff going from rad to wb as after a while the temps will even themselves out.



Could be wrong though, im sure more experienced persons will chime in.

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^ This. I'm no expert but I've seen this answered a few times. Go with whatever looks the best.

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Either one (like Eyedea said). As long as you have the pump after the res, you can then plumb the loop which ever order you wish. Have fun with it too. Part of wc is the imagination that goes into of how you connect things. A good pump should handle that loop w/ ease smile.gif

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This ^


Pump needs res before it to draw water from. Your rad is there to remove heat from the system and will do this no matter where it is in the loop. Make clean routes and do what works best and looks best in your case

Wow guys thank you for all the advice!

I just changed my case and still thinking the loop

My previous loop has radiator before wb and for the new case, option 1 has cleaner look than option 2, but i'm scared it will make my processor temp goes up

Now without doubt i will go to the option 1! biggrin.gif
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I need to get a temp sensor but right now I want to know my delta.

Can I open my reservoir while the PC's on and dip the sensor that's currently giving me ambient temps into it or will the reservoir overflow ?
Do you calculate Delta on idle or running prime or IBT ?


And about the temp sensors, I want a basic 1/4" plug that I can just have at the bottom of the reservoir but they all seems quite expensive (16-20€) is there an ebay shop with cheap ones people here use ?

Thanks in advance thumb.gif

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Not really a wc update, but at least the bubble is almost gone biggrin.gif. Oh, new ram too, to appease the ocd ocn'ers tongue.gif.



People gave me crap about my Samsung 30nm ram because it does not look good. However overclocks to 2133 easily so screw it. I like the ram update though.


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Looks Great. Did you make that case?

No he didn't ^^. It's some sort of community project (but not really) come true.
You can go to the following page to read about it and order one if you want to:
http://www.craftograph.com/compactsplash/index.php?route=common/home


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I need to get a temp sensor but right now I want to know my delta.

Can I open my reservoir while the PC's on and dip the sensor that's currently giving me ambient temps into it or will the reservoir overflow ?
Do you calculate Delta on idle or running prime or IBT ?


And about the temp sensors, I want a basic 1/4" plug that I can just have at the bottom of the reservoir but they all seems quite expensive (16-20€) is there an ebay shop with cheap ones people here use ?

Thanks in advance thumb.gif
I really don't feel like finding out the hard way.

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People gave me crap about my Samsung 30nm ram because it does not look good. However overclocks to 2133 easily so screw it. I like the ram update though.

Think some of their ocd is rubbing on me tongue.gif. Wife approved, so I got the nod from the highest authority. Nuff said thumb.gif

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I ordered bitspower G 1/4 matte black temperature stop fittings from frozenCPU for $10.95 each.

Delta is measured at idle after letting your coolant reach a constant temperature.
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