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Bykski RGV-TT-P5 distro plate + B-PMD3 pump

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New Member
Jan 9, 2021
Dear All ,
I am about to finish building my new loop and I do have a (stupid?) question .
All the loop hardware is ekwp except the distro place which is a Bykski RGV-TT-P5 https://www.bykski.us/products/byks...b-rbw-rgv-tt-p5-p?_pos=1&_sid=07c1a8403&_ss=r
The pump will be a B-PMD3 https://www.bykski.us/products/bykski-ddc-pump-with-armor-b-pmd3-cov?_pos=1&_sid=e9a869f93&_ss=r

Now I dont find any information anywhere on te web about the flow direction of this distro plate !

Could you confirm back to me the flow dirction is like in my drawing attached here ?
so the liquid will exit the distro plate via port 1 and then come back via port 2 ? Or is it the way around ???


thanks !
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Premium Member
Aug 16, 2009
no one ?? thanks

Bykski is not popular so not many of our users will have had on hand knowledge .... Patience.

Here's a pic from a distro for the LIan Li case with colored dye showing the flow. From the looks of it only the bottom port has pressure from the pump. Follow the flow ....

in bottom of the GPU >>> out top of GPU to distro >>>>pass through >>>> from distro to CPU Inlet >>>>>pass through>>>> Back out CPU outlet to distro >>>>> From Distro to the top rad >>>> Back to Distro Reservoir inlet.

I know this is a different distro but the principle will be the same for yours With the exception of the outlet at the bottom from the pump and the final inlet to the reservoir the are all just pass through channels you will have to confirm this on your distro the pics on their website suck. You need to rethink your flow diagram a bit.

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Found a schematic from another Lian li Distro that shows what I am talking about.

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