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i was also wondering the same thing on which pump to get. i'll have a lot of blocks though, including mobo and ram, which i understand is the most restrictive? i have a mcp355 right now with the xspc acrylic top/resevoir and its suuuper quiet but its only for my 2 video cards.
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Originally Posted by lifeisshort117 View Post

i was also wondering the same thing on which pump to get. i'll have a lot of blocks though, including mobo and ram, which i understand is the most restrictive? i have a mcp355 right now with the xspc acrylic top/resevoir and its suuuper quiet but its only for my 2 video cards.

For a restrictive loop like you have, you should go with the MCP35X or a 355 and pump top. Brand new they run about the same price.
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