Stupid question and maybe already asked before. I am considering adding both my 980 Ti classified cards to the EK Predator 360. I know typically a 120 mm per component rule applies but would adding 2 cards be too much for the setup? I already have one of my classifieds under water with an H55/G10 setup hitting no more than 55 C with max load. My bottom card is still on air and can be easily added to the 360 rad. My issue is that with max load (Real bench) my Predator is showing about high 60s/low 70s across all 6 cores for the CPU. Adding 2 cards may push everything in the 80 C territory?
Good idea, bad idea? Also how will the connections work? Predator male to classified female. Classified male to Classified female and then Classified male to predator female? I won't be adding a bridge or anything, just using the pre-filled blocks? Will this setup be good and will it work or should I be content with only one block on the Predator? How much and what would I need to add one of the 120 mm rads in the same loop (can someone list components for me - with ekwb links - since I am a complete nub in water cooling). Thanks in advance (if no response then maybe will create a separate thread). Pretty sure the info will help people here.
- Can I add 2 classifieds and a 5930K (all heavily overclocked) to a single predator 360? What kind of temps can I expect?
- If the 360 cannot handle this much load then how can I add another 120 mm rad into the mix (will I need reservoir, second pump, will I need separate fittings etc etc.; I don't have a clue).
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