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post #21 of 26
The MCP355 and 35X would handle restrictions better than the 655s because of the higher head pressure. The MCP35X surpasses the 355 in performance by a little and its speed is controllable by the PWM CPU header, but it costs more. So go for the 35X if you can afford it.
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The MCP355 and 35X would handle restrictions better than the 655s because of the higher head pressure. The MCP35X surpasses the 355 in performance by a little and its speed is controllable by the PWM CPU header, but it costs more. So go for the 35X if you can afford it.
right on man, thanks for the advice.
one more question, if i were to add in two GTX275 full cover blocks, RAM blocks, and a NB(or full block since i will be getting a new mobo for the Bulldozer) would this single pump handle all of that or should i get a second pump in a single loop or even go with a second loop all together? i figure two loops would put out better temps but for single i would do a loop order of
res>cpu block>240 rad>mobo block>120/140 rad>GTX275 blocks>120/140 rad>RAM blocks>res
(or some slight variation but you get the idea)

i will be getting 2 120/140 rads (prolly a 120 for rear fan port and 140 for bottom since i have enough room to fit a bigger one)
post #23 of 26
The 35x should handle the single loop with little problem (no need for a dual loop). However, why are you WCing your mobo and ram? Although astetically it may or may not look good (I guess depending upon what you like). I like less tubing in my setup but others may like more. WCing your mobo and ram doesn't really accomplish much because they don't produce that much heat.
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The 35x should handle the single loop with little problem (no need for a dual loop). However, why are you WCing your mobo and ram? Although astetically it may or may not look good (I guess depending upon what you like). I like less tubing in my setup but others may like more. WCing your mobo and ram doesn't really accomplish much because they don't produce that much heat.

OCed my mobo sits at 70ish C IDLE
i'm looking to really push clocks when i get my bulldozer and mobo (prolly an asus board this time)

the RAM prolly won't need it but i would like to OC the living crap out of it.
Also, if i'm going to spend loads of $$$$ on parts and such, i like to protect them. watercooling extends the life of your parts drastically (or shortens it if you suck)
post #25 of 26
The 35X should handle all the blocks in a single loop just fine. You don't have much rad to spare for a second loop. I would of suggested larger rads but you're using 200+CFM fans so you should be able to dissipate 800+W with your current setup.

If you are going with the RAM block go for something like the MIPS or Aqua Computer blocks that have universal plates. These will be less restrictive than the Koolance blocks.
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post #26 of 26
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The 35X should handle all the blocks in a single loop just fine. You don't have much rad to spare for a second loop. I would of suggested larger rads but you're using 200+CFM fans so you should be able to dissipate 800+W with your current setup.

If you are going with the RAM block go for something like the MIPS or Aqua Computer blocks that have universal plates. These will be less restrictive than the Koolance blocks.
ok, thanks again for the advice bud

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