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ok, i noticed the pumps had 3 pin plugs like a fan header. thank for enlighting me on that. al set that up later.
al take your advice and see what comes of it with combining the loops. going to work on this RMA when i get home and see what MSI says
PS: yes i have the koolance 980BK it is a pump res combo. thanks al skip on the relief valve then

I think you'll find the temp are much better that way. Also, just keep you cpu first in the loop so it always gets the coolest water and all will be well.

Post back when you get it going....
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I agree with others that one loop is more desirable because then you will be using all of the radiators full potential, your CPU loop had more untapped cooling potential that could be used on your GPU. Dual loop systems don't offer more than 2-5C difference in temps, hope you get it all sorted out. smile.gif
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I think you'll find the temp are much better that way. Also, just keep you cpu first in the loop so it always gets the coolest water and all will be well.
Post back when you get it going....

Also after your loop reaches equilibrium the water temperature throughout your loop will pretty much be within 1C, so the CPU will not get the coolest water after the loop reaches equilibrium. What effects temps is the resulting water temperature within your loop.
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ok, I got the Video card back from MSI RMA. Brand new one:)

Ok, so the card is running fine but does anyone have any tips for cooling the back plate? or is a fan my only option?
The reason I ask is my watercooler will feel normal temperature but the backplate feels like it's sitting about 15 to 20 degrees hotter. makes me worried while gaming

http://www.alphacool.com/images/product_images/popup_images/1003_0.jpg
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