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post #1 of 38
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ok first look at my current rig. Disregard the Case cause i will be changing to a case labs case MH10.

I want to do 3 loops:

Loop 1: CPU and motherboard

Loop 2: first 6990

Loop 3: Second 6990

I was thinking a resivor and pump for each loop.

I was thinking an MCP655 pump for each loop.

I was thinking 3 SR-1 480 rads with Gentle Typhoon fans in push pull

Question: what would be the best resivors to get for this?
Question: ive never done this before, will it work?

thanks
post #2 of 38
It'll work but I have to ask why?

You're spending a stupid amount of money on something that isn't going to be much better than a single 360 with a 120mm rad inbetween your GPU's.

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post #3 of 38
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It'll work but I have to ask why?

You're spending a stupid amount of money on something that isn't going to be much better than a single 360 with a 120mm rad inbetween your GPU's.

Comps
Seconded, just two pumps and 1 (you probably want 2) 480 rad/s in the same look should do.
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It'll work but I have to ask why?

You're spending a stupid amount of money on something that isn't going to be much better than a single 360 with a 120mm rad inbetween your GPU's.

Comps
Because i can and because i have money. And because it will give me better temps according to alot of people on this forum that have said so. And because if im gonna do this for the first time, then i am gonna go all out and make it worth it.

So whats the best resivor to get the job done?
post #5 of 38
You dont really need to spend all that money for something that you can do with less. Get 2x360 or 420 rads, 1xpump and 1xres and you are good to go imo
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Because i can and because i have money. And because it will give me better temps according to alot of people on this forum that have said so. And because if im gonna do this for the first time, then i am gonna go all out and make it worth it.

So whats the best resivor to get the job done?
Well then hell yeah!

Why not just get a pump/res combo? XSPC has a bunch.
post #7 of 38
Why do you want 3 loops ?

Youll be wasting a lot of money on pumps, 2 360 rads are enough.

Go with 1 loop for the cpu and board and another for the 2 cards.

Link;http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=31417
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Opulence! he has it(spoken in russian accent)
if you have money, why not go nitro then? or maybe a TEC cooler? or TEC coolers lol
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post #9 of 38
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Well then hell yeah!

Why not just get a pump/res combo? XSPC has a bunch.
Will i lose anything in pump performance if i get that instead?

I thought the mcp655 was the best one for the job. But im all ears if this is a better idea.

I want the best highest flowing setup.
post #10 of 38
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Why do you want 3 loops ?

Youll be wasting a lot of money on pumps, 2 360 rads are enough.

Go with 1 loop for the cpu and board and another for the 2 cards.

Link;http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=31417

Because with one loop for the gpu's, the second gpu will be hotter than the first.

Im guessing because of restriction.

But i thought with one loop per card you eliminate that.
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