Waterloop cpu fine but gpus are hot

kidmo87

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Hello everyone, my CPU is in the 40s, but gpus are touching 90. I have a feeling it's the inlet outlet of the gpus, but would lime some input before changing it. I marked the water flow with red arrows.
Thanks.
I actually just realized my CPU waterblock inlet and outlet are in the wrong direction.
 

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S0ULphIRE

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To me it looks like you've half got a parallel loop setup for the GPUs and half a serial. You might be better off asking PPMguire for help

Here's the idea if you had a fully parallel loop including the CPU:


You can leave the cpu as a serial connection though and just parallel the GPUs, but the general idea in the pic above should give you a better idea of what you're trying to do if you want to keep the para GPU setup.
 

PP Mguire

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Having the GPUs in parallel is fine it only slightly reduces the flow rate post GPUs. The problem being is EK blocks are flow dependent so each block needs to have proper input and output. The way your input/output is setup is fine IF you were using a serial loop on your GPUs. It also looks like you still have quite a bit of air in your loop as well.
 

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