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Unread 05-04-2004, 12:27 PM   #1
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Default The second loop

Hi Friends, just have finished the mcw50t (80 W pelt) installation. I didnt use the foam suplied by swiftech, neither the usual nuts and bolts.
Here i came with a problem :
I do have an EHEIM 1250, a F2 radiator with 2 delta fans and a Cascade Block.As i know the temperature increased to 53 C, with a P4 3.0 overclocked to 3.8 ghz. I know it is a lot of heat, so i decided to make a second loop. I just have ordered a maxijet, a chipset block.
So i am planning :
EHEIM - Rad - cascade - res
the second loop :
maxijet - heatercore - mcw50t - chipset block - T line
I know it is a bit confused, but i dont know if is it the best setup ??
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Unread 05-04-2004, 04:29 PM   #2
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j00 is a cr4zy wazzerkuhling f00!

It should work great if you can put up with the extra complications and noise.
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Unread 05-04-2004, 06:14 PM   #3
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What do you yhink if I split the outlet maxijet to GPU tec and the chipset block.
Maybe less than 1 2 gpm of each outlet.
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Go with series, with unrestrictive blocks like those.
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Go with series, with unrestrictive blocks like those.
I had think about it, but a dual loop would preserve the flowrate and the cpu heat dissipation.
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I meant for the NB and GPU blocks. Put those in series. Two loops is always the best way, although it may not be possible.
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I meant for the NB and GPU blocks. Put those in series. Two loops is always the best way, although it may not be possible.
why not ? i think it is easy to make two loops.
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