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I want my gpu and cpu water cooled but im new to watercooling. Do they have parts with extra holes to cool both..this picture only has two for the cpu..still not fully understanding how it works..

http://www.spodesabode.com/archive/c...e/watercool/10
post #2 of 5
so water cooling is easy... there are blocks that the water flows through that can be interchanged or expanded... then the rads pump and res are all in there too. This way the water never touches the electronics
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I don't really understand OP. but its a loop, water flows from block to block, through your pump and into your rad... over.. and over.
    
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That article looks pretty old. Check out this link.

Build a Kick-Ass Liquid Cooling System—6 Simple Steps
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/how...6_simple_steps
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post #5 of 5
Just to reiterate.

It's a loop. Water is pumped around the loop, through the radiator, through the water block, continuously. You want to cool something else with it, you add another water block into the loop.

It's dead simple.
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