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Was thinking about liquid cooling. Cool the CPU and GPU... Would the loop conside of 2 sep 120mm rads? Such as loop being:

Res/pump>CPU>1strad>GPU>2ndrad>Res/pump?

Or would it be just being a double rad and run it...

Res/pump>cpu>Gpu>rad?

Just wondering Still kinda learning abotu this.
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post #2 of 22
Put the pump before the res but after the 2nd rad. That way it's pulling the water.
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Put the pump before the res but after the 2nd rad. That way it's pulling the water.
Uhhh thats wrong. It goes Res and THEN pump, otherwise it has nothing to pull from.

I'd recommend going Reservoir > Pump > Radiator > CPU > GPU > back to reservoir.

In all honesty though, the order after the pump is irrelevant. The water temperature levels itself off.

So you could go Reservoir > Pump > CPU > Radiator > GPU > back to reservoir if you wanted.

Also, go with a 240 radiator, or a 360 if you can fit it. More overhead! Best of luck!
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post #4 of 22
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Uhhh thats wrong. It goes Res and THEN pump, otherwise it has nothing to pull from.

I'd recommend going Reservoir > Pump > Radiator > CPU > GPU > back to reservoir.

In all honesty though, the order after the pump is irrelevant. The water temperature levels itself off.

So you could go Reservoir > Pump > CPU > Radiator > GPU > back to reservoir if you wanted.

Also, go with a 240 radiator, or a 360 if you can fit it. More overhead! Best of luck!
*Facepalm* That is not that smart to say.
Whether the pump is later on in the loop or right after the res. It will still pull the damn water.
Edited by Paratrooper1n0 - 8/4/11 at 3:06am
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2nd poster is completely incorrect, Got no idea or experience in the field I imagine.

Res feeds the pump and then the pump pushes the water through the rad and blocks and returns to res.

If you Went Res Rad pump it would fail, pump would run dry and burn out, blocks and rad would never see any liquid.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 8/4/11 at 3:26am
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Put the pump before the res but after the 2nd rad. That way it's pulling the water.

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No. Just no.
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post #7 of 22
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
2nd poster is completely incorrect, Got no idea or experience in the field I imagine.

Res feeds the pump and then the pump pushes the water through the rad and blocks and returns to res.

If you Went Res Rad pump it would fail, pump would run dry and burn out, blocks and rad would never see any liquid.
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No. Just no.
More of "ugh". How the hell would the pump run dry? You two are the people with no experience. Maybe try other things instead of staying within your safety box. Close minded freaks give me headaches.
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More of "ugh". How the hell would the pump run dry? You two are the people with no experience. Maybe try other things instead of staying within your safety box. Close minded freaks give me headaches.
JUST FYI ..

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post14441861


To the op, If I were you I would get a rasa 360 kit, its will suit your needs perfectly, you will need A gpu block, more fittings, biocide, coolent and a kill coil.

Your gpu is not reference therefore you will have to select the block carefully.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 8/4/11 at 3:57am
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
JUST FYI ..

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post14441861


To the op, If I were you I would get a rasa 360 kit, its will suit your needs perfectly, you will need A gpu block, more fittings, biocide, coolent and a kill coil.
And guess what? I've done 4 builds for people that asked for custom* water cooling. I know what I'm talking about.
Edited by Paratrooper1n0 - 8/4/11 at 4:01am
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And guess what? I've done 4 builds for people that asked for custom* water cooling. I know what I'm talking about.
Did they get a warranty?
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