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Old March 8, 2010, 07:19 AM
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Of course there's always the option of using a Y-splitter. Probably hard on the pump, though.
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Old March 8, 2010, 08:06 AM
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Of course there's always the option of using a Y-splitter. Probably hard on the pump, though.

never use a Y splitter, the water go where it's more easy, so one of the loop can have less water running in it.

2 loops = 2 pumps
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Old March 8, 2010, 10:10 AM
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...hence the "hard on the pump" comment.
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...hence the "hard on the pump" comment.

the pump have nothing to do with it

actually if you put a Y it can be less hard on the pump....less restriction ,
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Old March 8, 2010, 10:50 AM
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The pump has everything to do with it. As you said, more water will go through the path with less restriction. However, it's not a constant amount of water but a percentage of the water that's moving. The concern in this setup is that the higher-restriction part of the loop won't have enough water moving through it. If your pump moves a lot of water there will still be enough water moving through that it cools the higher-restriction piece.
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The pump has everything to do with it. As you said, more water will go through the path with less restriction. However, it's not a constant amount of water but a percentage of the water that's moving. The concern in this setup is that the higher-restriction part of the loop won't have enough water moving through it. If your pump moves a lot of water there will still be enough water moving through that it cools the higher-restriction piece.

bla bla bla full dangerous to play with Y .... play a little bit with water kid you will understand ....

computer water pump do not build pressure, they have low head presure , so it will not neccessary do as well as you said.. will certenly not recommended it to a member here.

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