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In need of another pump?

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So, I'm redoing my loop in my new build and I've hit a... road block.

Here's what I'll be running:

CPU Block: XSPC Rasa Block,
Motherboard Block: EK E760 Block,
GPU Block: 2x Koolance 5X0 Blocks,
RAM Block: EK Dominator Block,
Fittings: 6x 45's and 2x These,
Tubing: ~2-3M of tubing.

That's a lot, and I only have a MCP655B, no speed control, etc.

Now, I know that my pump isn't that powerful, I was thinking, with all of the aforementioned things in one loop, would I need another pump? 2 pumps running in serial? Bitspower Dual D5 block and get another 655B? A different pump? Or just leave it.

Thanks for any help in advance,

-f.
post #2 of 4
I would get and additional pump and use a dual top or just run them in series. Either way you will have redundancy and better flow, get the same pump.
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post #3 of 4
Keep it as one loop and get another 655-b with a dual top.
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
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Originally Posted by theseekeroffun View Post
I would get and additional pump and use a dual top or just run them in series. Either way you will have redundancy and better flow, get the same pump.
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Originally Posted by Pencuri View Post
Keep it as one loop and get another 655-b with a dual top.
Alright, cool, thanks guys!

+rep to both.
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