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Help!!: dual rads single loop setup

post #1 of 8
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Hye, im just starting WC..im just wondering, can I do this loop setup

Res>gpu>pump>rads1>rads2>cpu>res???
Also, what pump can handle this loop?
By the way, I will be using ex240 rads for both..thanks in advance!
post #2 of 8
ideally you want to go res>pump>Rad1> Gpu or CPU >Rad 2 > Gpu or CPU > res
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Originally Posted by freitz View Post

ideally you want to go res>pump>Rad1> Gpu or CPU >Rad 2 > Gpu or CPU > res

yeah you're right, but for aesthetic reason, I will not using that loop system..Im gonna use straight tubing biggrin.gif
Actually im trying to do dual loops setup which are

Loop 1 - Res1>GPU>Pump1>Rad1>Res1
Loop 2 - Res 2>Pump2>Rad2>CPU>Res2

what do you think?which is better?single loop as I described before or these setup?rolleyes.gif
post #4 of 8
Doesn't really matter either way dual or single.

I would def. recommend that you have your res feed into your pump. That can show some differences in degree's.

What case are you putting this all into?
post #5 of 8
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Im doing cm haf-x project..actually im trying to do the same loop as this..
http://forum.coolermaster.com/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=14591&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&sid=a2129a27730491d7c6d191a33e22395e&start=15
but,the problem is, im not gonna use the motherboard/chipset block..what do you think the best loops setup for this?
post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by freitz View Post

I would def. recommend that you have your res feed into your pump. That can show some differences in degree's.
What case are you putting this all into?

Nope, it doesn't. Everybody suggests res to pump because the pumps we use don't pull, they only push. This means that water needs to get to them and, if the res is higher than the pump, everything becomes much easier.

Other than that flow would be the same...and so would temperatures be.

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@OP: there is one thing in that build that is wrong: the base of the DDC's gets warm more often than not and, if you put acrylic on that part, there is no chance you can dissipate such heat. You could burn your pumps because of that...
Edited by prava - 2/22/12 at 7:09am
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post #7 of 8
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im thinking several single loop setup

1) RES>GPU>PUMP>RAD1>RAD2>CPU>RES
2)RES>GPU>PUMP>RAD1>CPU>RAD2>RES
3)RES>CPU>GPU>PUMP>RAD1>RAD2>RES

which is better?
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im thinking several single loop setup
1) RES>GPU>PUMP>RAD1>RAD2>CPU>RES
2)RES>GPU>PUMP>RAD1>CPU>RAD2>RES
3)RES>CPU>GPU>PUMP>RAD1>RAD2>RES
which is better?

Which ever is easiest to tube, just make sure that the pump is lower than the reservoir. Generally, you want the reservoir directly before the pump, but as long as water will feed to it from gravity alone, it will be fine.
 
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