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hello,
is a dual mcp655 pump(modded with bitspower mod kit and top,single loop) enough for

3x xspc rx 360 radiators
3x xspc rx 480 radiators
1x cpu block
5x gpu bloks(4x gpu blocks+1x physx gpu block)
1x full cover motherboard waterblock
and a ton of fittings and 2x splitters?
i am talking about this pump..
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_201&products_id=30192

please help
thanks in advance
abdulla
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Yeah that sould be enough for that many rads and block. What kind of case holds 3.360's and 3.480's and why do you need so many?


I'd go Pump->RX360->CPU Block->RX360->Mobo->Pump 2->RX360->GPUs->RX480
     
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Real men get the dual pump 24v adapter from Koolance as well wink.gif
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thanks for the replies everyone....
caselabs and moountain mods cases usually hold a lot of radiators
and i am using a caselabs sth10...

[QUOTEY]eah that sould be enough for that many rads and block. What kind of case holds 3.360's and 3.480's and why do you need so many?


I'd go Pump->RX360->CPU Block->RX360->Mobo->Pump 2->RX360->GPUs->RX480[/QUOTE]

it wont be a dual loop setup....it will be single loop///
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Originally Posted by abdullanur View Post

thanks for the replies everyone....
caselabs and moountain mods cases usually hold a lot of radiators
and i am using a caselabs sth10...

[QUOTEY]eah that sould be enough for that many rads and block. What kind of case holds 3.360's and 3.480's and why do you need so many?


I'd go Pump->RX360->CPU Block->RX360->Mobo->Pump 2->RX360->GPUs->RX480


Oooh. tongue.gif For some reason CS and MM slipped my mind. That is one loop though. Doesnt the UBER have 2 inlets/outlets?
     
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Real men get the dual pump 24v adapter from Koolance as well wink.gif


Will definitely need that dual controller.
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You'd probably be better off with a dual MCP35X pump; thats a lot of blocks.

I'd probably do your video cards like this too:
Code:
 .->(GPU)->(GPU)-.
-+               +-(GPU)->
 '->(GPU)->(GPU)-'

Otherwise I'd think about running two parallel, but connected loops (D5s here would be fine since you have more pumps; otherwise a single MCP35X on each sub-loop since one 35X has about the same pressure as dual D5 in series):
Code:
     .->(Pmp)->(Pmp)->(Rad)->(Rad)->(Rad)->(CPU)->(GPU)->
(res)+
     |                                    .->(GPU)->(GPU)-.
     '->(Pmp)->(Pmp)->(Rad)->(Rad)->(Rad)-+               +->
                                          '->(GPU)->(GPU)-'

Edited by Electrocutor - 8/24/12 at 9:42am
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That pump setup is a bit over priced.
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post #9 of 77
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Originally Posted by Electrocutor View Post

You'd probably be better off with a dual MCP35X pump; thats a lot of blocks.
I'd probably do your video cards like this too:
Code:
 .->(GPU)->(GPU)-.
-+               +-(GPU)->
 '->(GPU)->(GPU)-'
Otherwise I'd think about running two parallel, but connected loops (D5s here would be fine since you have more pumps; otherwise a single MCP35X on each sub-loop since one 35X has about the same pressure as dual D5 in series):
Code:
     .->(Pmp)->(Pmp)->(Rad)->(Rad)->(Rad)->(CPU)->(GPU)->
(res)+
     |                                    .->(GPU)->(GPU)-.
     '->(Pmp)->(Pmp)->(Rad)->(Rad)->(Rad)-+               +->
                                          '->(GPU)->(GPU)-'

could i just create a loop with an iwaki rd-30..it provides the most pressure right?but d5's provide more flow..:/...i am a total noob in the terms of pumps..:?
do i need more flow or more pressure?
Edited by abdullanur - 8/25/12 at 4:45am
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Originally Posted by abdullanur View Post

could i just create a loop with an iwaki rd-30..it provides the most pressure right?but d5's provide more flow..:/...i am a total noob in the terms of pumps..:?
do i need more flow or more pressure?
The Iwaki RD-30 has just slightly higher pressure than a dual MCP35X, but insanely more flow at the same pressure levels.

The MCP35X provides both higher pressure and higher flow than the D5, but it favors pressure over flow (it gets really hot when the flow rate gets high); so if you had a lower restriction loop, the D5 would be a better fit for higher flow. In your case, though, you have tons of blocks, so your restriction will be high: hence why I recommended the dual MCP35X over the D5s.

Even with a bunch of blocks like this, you are still not in Iwaki territory, it would be overkill; you'd want to think about the Iwaki if you're planning to run two or three high restriction loops in parallel: the Iwaki shines at providing ridiculous flow rates at pretty constantly high pressures.

If you plan to run the loop with most everything in series, a dual D5 just wouldn't have the pressure to push through fast enough having that many blocks. Your question is kind of strange though because pressure and flow are very much related. At 1.5gpm, a dual MCP35X has about 11.5psi pressure; at the same flow rate, a dual D5 has about 8 psi (more than 30% less).

----
The water blocks you choose to use will have a dramatic impact on your restriction as well, since you have so many blocks; but you haven't stated which blocks you are using so i can't run any numbers. If we assume you're using the least restrictive blocks possible, though, then a dual D5 on 100% would put you just at or under 1.5 gpm without considering any restriction but the blocks: tubing, fittings, G1/4 connections, etc. If we assume you're using the most restrictive, then you'd be somewhere around 0.1-0.2gpm with the blocks only. Most likely, you'll fall between so if you want to get 1+gpm, I'd recommend the extra pressure you get from the dual MCP35X. If you have low restriction blocks, then you could always turn the MCP35X down a bit.

The second diagram I made was just to show how you could still use D5s if you wanted by splitting up the restriction between two sets. I agree with theseekerfun saying that 4 D5s would be a lot of money though, which is why I suggested dual MCP35X first.
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