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Well, if you decided to add another 580, you have a few options for pumps. Instead of getting a "stronger" pump, you can get dual pumps in your loop. There are dual-pump tops that you can buy, and then add two pumps to. Something like this maybe: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...c107s156#blank
However, you then also need two MCP655 pumps (with that specific top) which then costs much more money.

However, personally, I think the pump you already have chosen would be sufficient (that thing is a beast!) but don't take my word for it
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Well I got a sick deal on three 580 3 gb thanks to another OCN member! So now I have to rethink my loop a little bit. I'm considering other cases and I think I might go a 480 and a 360 black ice radiator instead. Would that be sufficient for good OC's for all three cards and the cpu? And should I run a dual loop setup? Any suggestions and support would be great!
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Well I got a sick deal on three 580 3 gb thanks to another OCN member! So now I have to rethink my loop a little bit. I'm considering other cases and I think I might go a 480 and a 360 black ice radiator instead. Would that be sufficient for good OC's for all three cards and the cpu? And should I run a dual loop setup? Any suggestions and support would be great!
A 480 and a 360 would be great for a CPU/triple card IMHO. Dual loops is personal preference I think. To run a loop like that in a single loop I would HIGHLY suggest using two pumps or using a dual-pump top. You would need that to push through all that resistance. You can be reservoirs that have a split in them (to set up a dual loop), but it can become more confusing with tubing layout and such.
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Well I got a sick deal on three 580 3 gb thanks to another OCN member! So now I have to rethink my loop a little bit. I'm considering other cases and I think I might go a 480 and a 360 black ice radiator instead. Would that be sufficient for good OC's for all three cards and the cpu? And should I run a dual loop setup? Any suggestions and support would be great!
Then if I were you, I would add another MCP 655 with all those rads and blocks
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