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Just completed my Intel build with 12900K, 1st time using hard tubing... Took a while to do the measurements/planning but it turns out great. Much better than I expected. Now I got both an Intel and AMD build lol.

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I'm using a 360PE and 280CE for my 12700k and 980ti(i know) at 1450/2800 and temps are fine, i considered the third rad, but don't think its necessary.
 
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Crazy that a block as old as that is still top tier. What's it, 7 years old?
Yeah, something like that. I'm not sure exactly how long ago this particular generation was updated but it's been quite a while. Only thing I don't like about this waterblock is how restrictive it is.
 

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Agreed, I gave up and grabbed a corsair since everything that can beat it is super restricted.
What's your setup like? A single block shouldn't be restricting it enough that your pump shouldn't be able to overcome at the correct settings.
 

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finally sorted the 24 atx and 8 PCIe cables. looks better.
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Do you think vibration on pump/res and tubing can cause problems ? Fittings/tubings become loose over time .
Here you can see the moving tubing : YT (Did not film the res ,my phone cant really show the phenomenon well enough)
 

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Do you think vibration on pump/res and tubing can cause problems ? Fittings/tubings become loose over time .
Here you can see the moving tubing : YT (Did not film the res ,my phone cant really show the phenomenon well enough)
I really hope that is just the flow causing the tubing to move like that. It is not normal for a pump to cause that if it is indeed the source. But no, the fittings should not come undone if secured right in the first place.
 

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Well , its an external Radiator setup , placed on a cheap IKEA shelf /rack .Thats the reason why its vibrating. I did not connect it to my PC yet ,just leak testing . 2 pumps (VPP755) on speed 2 / speed 3 . The flow might be still too high for 3radiator . When i connect it to the PC where there is obviously CPU + VGA block it will reduce the flow a bit (but only a bit since there is a 3. pump in the PC )

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Well , its an external Radiator setup , placed on a cheap IKEA shelf /rack .Thats the reason why its vibrating. I did not connect it to my PC yet ,just leak testing . 2 pumps (VPP755) on speed 2 / speed 3 . The flow might be still too high for 3radiator . When i connect it to the PC where there is obviously CPU + VGA block it will reduce the flow a bit (but only a bit since there is a 3. pump in the PC )

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Yea that's 3240mm of rad space, more than anybody needs. Why would you waste your money on all that? And then buy a POS Ikea shelving unit. I swear people make no sense. Tell me you have all that because you are running quad NVlink 3090's with a 64 Core Threadripper.

On a side note, you might give @J7SC an erection.
 

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Yea that's 3240mm of rad space, more than anybody needs. Why would you waste your money on all that? And then buy a POS Ikea shelving unit. I swear people make no sense. Tell me you have all that because you are running quad NVlink 3090's with a 64 Core Threadripper.

On a side note, you might give @J7SC an erection.
To be honest it costed less than a single Mo-Ra3+a feet . I already had the pumps for years . Bought 2 x1080 rad second hand for 100$ and one brand new for 100 :ROFLMAO: But thx for ur honesty .
 

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Yea that's 3240mm of rad space, more than anybody needs. Why would you waste your money on all that? And then buy a POS Ikea shelving unit. I swear people make no sense. Tell me you have all that because you are running quad NVlink 3090's with a 64 Core Threadripper.

On a side note, you might give @J7SC an erection.
Haha, but no, not female-looking enough

Re. the posted vid, the vibrations of the tubes can happen when there's a lot of restriction in the loop and there's some air in the loop / rads that compresses / expands.

Also, why stop at only quad 3090s and 64 cores ?
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Agreed, I gave up and grabbed a corsair since everything that can beat it is super restricted.
Toying with the notion of removing the 90* fitting from within the water block itself. Seen here:
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I know a majority of the restriction is probably more due to the very fine CNC cut micro channels in the copper itself, but I can experiment with those as well by removing part of the rubber gasket that forces all water through that very small area.

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Here is the right angle restriction if looking from the "bottom plate" through the restriction (looking up at the top plate) and said 90* turn, you can see the restriction is very pronounced from this point of view.

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