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Hello everyone. I have an H70 currently installed but I want to be able to liquid cool my GPU as well when it comes in. Now, I've already spent some money on the H70, I don't want it to be wasted by getting a full system to replace it. I was wondering if there's any way to combine the H70 radiator and CPU Block/Pump with another Res/Pump and link a GPU Block in with it. I've read that the H70 pump is pretty crappy on its own so I'd definitely need another one, but I can't find anything about the rad. As far as I know it would work fine, but I don't really know. Now I need to know if I should run the pumps in parallel or series, and if the H70 block/pump won't die by adding a stronger pump in the line. Thanks
    
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Personally, I would sell the H70 and go with a custom loop, or buy another close-loop watercooler and find a way to affix it to the GPU. The H70's radiator isn't really going to be sufficient for cooling both a CPU and a GPU, and if you're already adding another radiator, gpu block, and pump, it's trivially more expensive to snag a CPU block and sell the H70.
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its not worth it. I considered the exact same thing with my H80. I ended up getting a real loop biggrin.gif
    
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