babayaga -_-Sorry about that. That was a typo. I see 4700 rpm to 4900 rpm on my pump through corsair link. The motherboard doesn't allow me to control the speed of the motor through the w_pump header. Just goes full bore. Here is a larger picture.
GTXJackBauerbabayaga -_-Sorry about that. That was a typo. I see 4700 rpm to 4900 rpm on my pump through corsair link. The motherboard doesn't allow me to control the speed of the motor through the w_pump header. Just goes full bore. Here is a larger picture. That's one complex loop for a single pump you got there. Out of 12+ fittings in my current loop, 10 are angled compression fittings (45s, 90s) in 120x9 worth of rad while running the EK Revo Dual D5 PWM in serial. To constantly get 1.0/1.1 GPM (The sweet spot is around 1.0-1.5 GPM), I have to push them to 90% PWM. It's possible my flow meter's new location and position could be throwing my flow readings slightly off but the new addition of a few more angle fittings to the loop surely increased the resistance. To put it in comparison with my last dual DDC MCP35X2 pumps, they only needed to run 40% to achieve 1.0 GPM in the loop but with a 2-3 less angle fittings while running a dual GPU configuration in serial while my current setup only runs a single GPU. Granted I've changed up the blocks being used so that could also add more resistance to the loop. I should note, DDC pumps are the kings when it comes to head pressure to push their way through a loop while the D5s were known to run much quieter and have more flow. I know this from experience. lol I still think both are great premium pumps to have. With all that said, I'd advise on running the pump to 100% and go testing from there. Keep decreasing the speed till you see the temps jump which tells you it's too slow. If you're getting good CPU temps on load but bad GPU temps while the pump is at 100%, there must be something wrong with the contact of the GPU block or the block itself because I don't think a blockade or a slow down in flow would give you good CPU temps. They both would have to go bad imo if it were a flow/pump issue. Also check out the channels in the WB to make sure those aren't being blocked somehow. What is your loop order btw just to single out the loop isn't being split up.
babayaga -_-Is this what you are looking for? I have a video and some images there. https://imgur.com/a/9PKHXE6
babayaga -_-So move the tube to the other port below the block to the other side?
babayaga -_-FINALLY!!!!!!!!!!! YEEEEESS!!! Thank you so much!!!!! I am idling at 24 and benchmarking at 36c. Dude you are a saint!!!! Thanks to everybody else on this thread who helped me. What a relief!!! Crazy, how hooking up to the other port makes the biggest difference.