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First build-I want to add to the loop

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Hello Folks,

I recently put together a loop for my cpu and gpu with an xspc 750 rx 360 kit from Specialtech.
I am now considering adding another gpu to the loop and have never done before so wondering is it a lot of hassle to add to a loop? What is the process etc?
Only have push setup with stock fans. Will invest in push pull for the rad. I will be adding another 7970.
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Shouldn't be much hassle really, just drain the water in your loop then add the GPU. Do all the usual leak testing again afterwards.

What blocks are you running on the GPUs? May pay you to run them in parralel instead of serial, less strain on the pump.
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