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I got all my parts for my two 6990s. Using full blocks by swiftech, a mcp 35x pump two 360 rads by black ice in a push pull config. what I want to know is should I run them in series or in paraellel and also. I was thinking

Res-pump - rad-rad gpu-gpu - res please let me know if maybe I should use a y splitter or what would be the best order for the best temps. Thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 9
Parallel gives better flow but I would think that the temps would be the same. It all evens out anyways after 30 minutes of running. Loop order shouldn't matter either.
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Parallel is better and loop order does not matter.
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what happen to CPU ?
"Res-pump - rad-rad gpu-gpu - res"
    
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LOL sorry for not explaining cpu is on a seperate loop with a black ice 480 I have a huge case danger den double wide 21
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thanks for the reply guys. two 360s should handle the load of the 6990s nicely hopefully my pump can handle the flow rate and restriction.
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will up[load pics when its done looks awesome
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thanks for the reply guys. two 360s should handle the load of the 6990s nicely hopefully my pump can handle the flow rate and restriction.
Your pump will be fine.
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Res>pump>raditor 1>cpu>gpu 1>radiator 2>res

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