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| [[MO-RA3|MO-RA3 420]] || 1400
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| Hardware Labs XFLOW 240 || 90
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| Hardware Labs GTR360 || 320
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| Hardware Labs GTS360 || 130
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| EKWB Aorus Master TRX40 Quantum Momentum || 45
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| EKWB RTX Vector || 50
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| EKWB Quantum Kinetic FLT 240 || 265
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| DiyHZ flowmeter || 4
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| Monsoon Series Two D5 || 300
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Latest revision as of 14:18, 8 August 2022

It is necessary to know the liquid volume of watercooling components in order to solve certain equations governing the system. All values here have either been provided by the manufacturer, or established by myself using a graduated cylinder and/or pipette, along with 25℃ distilled water.

Component Volume (mL)
MO-RA3 360 1100
MO-RA3 420 1400
Hardware Labs XFLOW 240 90
Hardware Labs GTR360 320
Hardware Labs GTS360 130
EKWB Aorus Master TRX40 Quantum Momentum 45
EKWB RTX Vector 50
EKWB Quantum Kinetic FLT 240 265
DiyHZ flowmeter 4
Monsoon Series Two D5 300