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is this the best way to route tubes?

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2017/10/10 14:09:05 (permalink)
Adding a block this week. (adding block to loop/gpu)
Gpu Block should arrive today or tomm. 
 
 
 
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    quadlatte
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    Re: is this the best way to route tubes? 2017/10/10 21:37:25 (permalink)
    i would go to the cpu from the pump then to the GPU then back to the AIO, not sure the pump would enough volume to supply both the way you have it drawn and over come the resistance 

                                   
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    kougar
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    Re: is this the best way to route tubes? 2017/10/12 19:02:04 (permalink)
    I'd agree with Quadlatte. AIO->CPU->GPU->AIO would be the most efficient and reduce the tubing considerably. The CPU will affect GPU temps less than having it the other way around, anyway.


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    TECH_DaveB
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    Re: is this the best way to route tubes? 2017/10/15 08:36:28 (permalink)
    Agreed on the order, but keep an eye on the temps, and also check the pump itself, if it is feeling hot, you may need to upgrade the pump.
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