Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by modder, Feb 8, 2010.
It does what it's supposed to do, so if you know what it does then you'll definitely get the results you're looking for. It increases flow rate and head pressure. Though for all that money you could just buy an Iwaki RD-30
you get head pressure without the flow..
Well you get flow, but its not as nicely scaled as the head pressure.
You honestly dont need 3 ddc's in a series, unless you had One hell of a restricted loop.
I would like to see it in action though. 3 ddc's is overkill in my opinion.
i'll take my modded dual inlet single outlet top over the tripple top any day.
it has great pressure..
however the flow isnt there..
if you look at his dual tops they just enhance head pressure.
Sure you get some flow, but a very small amount compared to the head pressure increase.
We see from vapors tests that most blocks now arent very flow or pressure sensitive.
Or they are currently cap'd at what they can do.
So having all that head pressure isnt needed unless your running a 1/4 tubing.. or u have QD's on every inlet/outlet in your entire system.
Or you want to shoot a stream of water to your neighbors next yard..
LOL.. i have done that with my RD-30, and my neighbor was with me thinking it was cool.
I have the PQ data on the Triple, just need to finish up a couple more tests before I release all of my DDC testing.
Yes, I know... I am slow.
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