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Just got one of these

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1750-LTR-INLIN...#ht_2088wt_901

I'm wondering if it would be good enough to power a big loop i'm thinking

RES > Pump > CPU > 120 RAD > GPU > 120 RAD > GPU > 120 RAD> MB > 360 RAD > RES

Not got 2 GPUs yet or the MB waterblocks but it's something i'm looking into or am i better with two loops?
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That pump wont take too much, it only has a pressure head of 2.3m so it's comparable with the xspc 750 pump, only with over double the flow.

The flow will help to a certain extent, but once you approach the max pressure of the pump your flow becomes irrelevant.


To help that I'd look at your loop order. You don't need rads between every component, it doesn't really even help temps because the coolant temperature doesn't change that much.

...So run them wherever they're easy to place, put the two GPUs in parallel, so long as you don't cap the pressure you will have more than enough flow to split between them.

And I would consider if you actually need the mobo watercooling to reach the clocks you want.
    
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Ok cool, Thank you.
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