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So after a good half hour in paint, I came up with this :



The res and rad are already purchased .. along with the tubing. I'm wondering if the order of the loop is correct, if the pump is strong enough, and if they would all along get along with each other..

order is Pump > Radiator > CPU Block > Reservoir > Pump

How does this look to everyone???

p.s. finger on the trigger for the pump and block

Edited by mannyfc - 11/6/11 at 11:43am
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post #2 of 9
Loop order is good as for the pump for a CPU only loop it will do just fine
post #3 of 9
looks good, most important aspects are that the res feeds the pump, after that I would route however will use the least amount of tubing, as water temperature will nearly equalize within the loop.

ideally you want the res 1st thing after the pump (although like I said it wont make a huge difference) and since you were able to do that, without sacrificing for a gargantuan tubing run, I would say its perfect!
    
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Loop order is good as for the pump for a CPU only loop it will do just fine
any problems with the pump... why only cpu?
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any problems with the pump... why only cpu?
Your only cooling a CPU is what I meant
post #6 of 9
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got that part, thanks, just saying if I wanted to expand to two gpu's and another rad I would need another one of these pumps... could I just add another and be ok?
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got that part, thanks, just saying if I wanted to expand to two gpu's and another rad I would need another one of these pumps... could I just add another and be ok?
Im not familiar enough with that pump to say yes it would be ok but I believe this is the same pump

http://martinsliquidlab.petrastech.c...mp-Review.html

and the guys in this thread rate it highly

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-any-good.html

so you may be good to add another rad as they add no restriction and a couple of GPU blocks
post #8 of 9
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o wow what a great post, thank you good sir!!! REPPED!

a lot of reading to do, must make purchase by tonight so i can purchase 2500k and a motherboard and throw it all together
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o wow what a great post, thank you good sir!!! REPPED!

a lot of reading to do, must make purchase by tonight so i can purchase 2500k and a motherboard and throw it all together
No probs
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