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Techea

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  1. Yes, the guy in the video explains clearly what's happening with the cpu temp when you decrease or increase pump speed. Exactly what I saying myself about the gpu temp that is directly related to the velocity of the fluid in the system. If you also increase the number of loops and add more radiators to the system maintaining the same velocity then the temperatures automatically go down.
  2. Of course the longer the loop and the more radiators you mount in the system the lower the temp goes, obviously.
  3. First I need to see a GPU block in reality, hook it up an do some tests. It really bothers me because I'm sure the velocity of the fluid changes in parallel setup and that's the only variable that moves the heat away from the card. That's why when you increase the speed of the pump the fluid travels faster and the temperatures obviously get lower and vice versa.
  4. I have to admit these are ideal temperatures in idle and load mode.
  5. So you went 10% down in pump speed when you used the series setup and still recorded temperatures lower than the parallel loop with the pump at 50%? Would you mind sharing numbers in idle and load mode? After reading all the inputs from everybody I'm inclined to believe something is definitely wrong with the gpu block design.
  6. Would you mind sharing your idle temp and load temp and what TR processor you use?
  7. In conclusion you are telling me there is no difference between the series and parallel configuration using identical gpu blocks. Temperatures are the same which means the velocity of the coolant is identical in both setups.
  8. If you get the same temperatures when you mount them both in parallel and series configuration that means there is something very wrong with the design of the gpu block.
  9. You really push me right now to spend $300 on two gpu blocks and another $400 on parts to show you there is a huge temp difference between series and parallel configuration of the gpu’s.
  10. Why Jayz 2 cents didn’t do a comparison between the parallel and series configuration in the same video to show clearly to everybody there is no difference between those. In reality there is a huge difference and those 3 gpu’s had they have been put in series most likely they would have ran at 32 degrees instead of 50. I didn’t say there is no flowing in parallel but it’s almost half of the flowing one will get if the configuration will be series built. The same guy Jayz 2 cents will install the nuts on the cpu cooler using an electric screwdriver. I saw the video with my own eyes. He doesn’t
  11. W-L I commend you for taking the time to explain your point of view which is undeniably logical and well formulated.
  12. Thank you for putting this picture up because on the other thread I was trying to explain that I can very well go with the piping IN through the bottom and exit through the top GPU without any problems. But here is the issue with the parallel connection. The coolant will find rapidly the fastest channel to travel and one of the gpu will have parts where the coolant will simply have nonexistent movement.
  13. This is exactly what I'm trying to convince everyone that in parallel the flow is almost nonexistent through one of the gpu. The parallel connection impedes the coolant from flowing unrestrained which subsequently reduces the cooling of the gpu. Do you agree with that?
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