It is important to consider the complexity of your liquid cooling loop when assessing coolant flow rates. In intricate setups featuring multiple radiators and an abundance of angled or splitter fittings, the flow rate of the coolant may experience a reduction. This happens due to the heightened effort required by the pump to push the coolant through numerous angled corners.
For such intricate configurations, we highly recommend using a D5, DDC, or possibly a dual D5 pump, especially if your system incorporates a considerable number of radiators and angled fittings.
In a standard loop having just one or two radiators, two water blocks, and some fittings, the concern regarding the flow rate is not needed.
If you have any more questions please contact our support team for additional help.