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I just stuck on some koolance gpu210 waterblocks and removed my ram blocks. I was expecting a bit of a trade off..Now my system is:

Koolance 655 LITE running straight AC/DC which I would assume gives me maximum 50PSI.

Running through a system of two vreg blocks, cpu370 block, TWO CPU 210 blocks and then 2.5 feet up to the top of an RX360 radiator.

How much pressure do I really need cuz this water isnt going anywhere atm. Maybe I should try running water from bottom to top at every instance? Im trying to get a bottom line fix here. Id just like input from others rather than shooting off another not so needed purchase. Thank you for any of the input. -Brannon

 

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Hmmm OK I'm not sure what you are asking exactly but ill give it a go.

The Koolance PMP450 does not actually generate 50PSI ... that is just the maximum pressure it can take before it either stops working or bursts.

I assume you mean you are running the pump straight from the PSU

5 blocks is a fair amount of restriction combined with the height to reach the rad afterwards so if you are experiencing low flow rate it could maybe help to go up to the rad first then down to the blocks.?
 

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