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I'm going to be building a new loop... 2 6970's & a 2600k. Hoping I can go single radiator, but only time will tell that, and I can always grab a 120 for cpu.

Anyways, onto my questions. I have the XSPC 360 kit currently. Will that handle 2 cards and cpu?

I could go with the MCP655 pump & an internal res if needed. I kind of expect to, honestly. But how do I go about connecting my video cards so I don't have to run two sets of fittings?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157265

is the motherboard I'm buying.


So will this work? http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10..._pc=1362#blank

Thanks in advance!
post #2 of 5
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Will that handle 2 cards and cpu?
Ive seen done, I wouldnt do it. Yes get the D5.

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But how do I go about connecting my video cards so I don't have to run two sets of fittings?
Only 1 fitting for serial, two for paralel. Yeh one of the tubes in that link fill do the job, also have a look at the expandable fittings they are a easier to use.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 10/21/11 at 4:23pm
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I've used these fittings in 3 builds now with good luck...http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/sliandcr1vid.html
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I bought those tubes, but it didn't end up working out well. I ended up just cutting a custom sized piece of standard tubing that I was using for the rest of my build. 2 6950s overclocked (past 6970; 900/1375) with XSPC Razor 6970 blocks, in-loop with my 2600k, also overclocked to 4.3ghz + hyperthreading. I'm also using a 360 radiator (Black Ice GTX360. I would think you'll be fine if your radiator is a RX360) The rig is smokin'

Enjoy your build! If you want some ideas for a crossfire build, check out my rig build in my signature.
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Thanks for the responses. It's the rs360, unfortunately.

The gpu blocks I plan on ordering are the EK blocks. I just want a simple way to connect the two.. anyone have any pictures (or video) to show up close how it's done?
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