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post #1 of 9
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I've been posting quite a few questions lately.. So sorry for cluttering the place lol..

Anyways I was just wondering if the stock XSPC 750 Pump (the one that comes with the kit) is going to be enough to handle 2 rads. To be more specific a RS240 and a RX120. Along with 2 Blocks (Cpu/GPU). I've been reading and can't find a solid answer... Some people are saying its too weak, others saying its more than enough.
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post #2 of 9
I'll say yes since I ran that pump through an RX360 and 2 blocks perfectly fine considering that the RX360 is probably bigger than your RS240 and RX120 combined?
Edited by kubo - 8/10/11 at 5:01pm
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post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by kubo;14536993 
I'll say yes since I ran that pump through an RX360 and 2 blocks perfectly fine considering that the RX360 is probably bigger than your RS240 and RX120 combined?

Hope so, thanks. +rep

Wouldnt mind some more opinions..
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Well I'm running it on 2 gpu blocks, 1 cpu, 1 rs360 and 1 rx240. Its not bad but the flow is getting a bit weak
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post #5 of 9
It will do it. But you'll make the pump s longetivity not last as long as it will have to work harder.

My pump failed
     
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Yeah it seems (around forums) that the pump is the Achilles heel of the kit. Great cpu block, radiator and reservoir but the pump seems to fail in weeks or months. in some cases Hopefully mine doesn't give out on me soon. Supposedly this PC Ice coolant I'm using (I know I know distilled > all) lubricates the bearings inside of the pump but we'll just have to see about that haha.
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post #7 of 9
I'd suggest a stronger pump. The X2O 750 isn't a slouch, if you're just running a CPU only loop, but throw in multiple rads and blocks, and the flow rate dies. It may be able to power it all, but at what, .5-.7 GPM? Getting a pump that would run your loop around ~1.5 GPM is ideal, and would lower temps by ~3C all around, give or take. Therefore, an MCP355 would be perfect.
    
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post #8 of 9
i have 2 of them and they both run just fine dead silent too. one is rx360 and cpu the other is rx 240 and 2 rasa gpu blocks. No complaints here.
    
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post #9 of 9
Try it and see. Not all setups generate the same results. If you aren't happy with the flow you can always add or replace the pump later. You'd be hard pressed to find a rad/res/block that costs less than the kit (of similar quality) so adding a different pump later will most likely still be cheaper.

Good luck.
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