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troubleis

custom loop question?

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seems fairly simple to me? the pump and res is behind the huge cover and then the tubing runs like you see, nothing more too it really


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3 hours ago, troubleis said:

The inlet and outlet is going in a straight line.

 

This is known as a parallel loop configuration. The flow will be uneven across the gpu and cpu, but given the pump is powerful enough is not a problem.

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Simple parallel loops. Just looks super fancy like I’d want. But I’m cheap and my builds reflect that. 

 

Could watch singularity computers. 

 

He does that a few times and explains it part for part. 

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