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is 1x X2O 750 12V Pump/Reservoir (Out of the Xspc kits) enough to pump through 2x quad radiators

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is 1x X2O 750 12V Pump/Reservoir (Out of the Xspc kits) enough to pump through 2x quad radiators or would i need to add aditional pump
or am i better of just scrapping the pump res combo. I have 2 lots of these pump reservoir combos so i would like to use them if i could.
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It should be fine, radiators are typically one of the lowest restriction items in a loop. I'm not sure that pump res combo is one of the hottest... give me a minute biggrin.gif

Some people on the forum are saying that the pump is not enough to handle multiple blocks and rads... If anyone has any 1st hand experience please chime in redface.gif
Edited by gelatin_factory - 2/12/12 at 8:55pm
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yea it would be going throught 2x Quad radiators and 3x Waterblocks.
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I have one running 3 blocks and one RX360 and its coping just fine.

Mind you I'm running the Raystorm which is one of the lowest restriction blocks you can get for CPU, and I'm running my gpus in parallel which helps also. Not sure if you can run parallel with your two cards.
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