- Jun 21, 2002
I've added green lines with arrows and labels. You often want the inlet of the GPU to be nearest the IO plate (farthest from the distro) but check the manual as some blocks don't care or site a minute performance difference from switching. The CPU is much more important as it uses a pressure plate and the CPU block inlet will be in the center of the block while the outlet will be offset. Finally, this will make more sense I hope once the blocks are installed, but you are meant to re-arrange the plugs that are included in the block so that you have straight tubing runs. You can also experiment with using the bottom of the GPU as the inlet and the top as the outlet, as this doesn't matter, just left and right (and that you're not going straight through, they have to be offset).