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Decided on the Koolance CPU-380i Block anyway, but really, I'm surpised noone does paraelle hybrid loops. The Apogee has one inlet and three outlets and is very popular.
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Intel 730 480GB SSD WD Black 4TB HDD LG 14x Blu-Ray Burner 2 AC Aqualis XT Reservoirs, EK Ascendancy Kit 
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2 EK D5 Vario Pumps, 2 EK Nickel D5 Covers EK Supremacy Clean CSQ All Nickel CPU Block EK Clean CSQ Nickel Acetel 780 Ti Classified Block EK Clean CSQ Nickel Acetel MVIG Blocks 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Black Ice Nemesis GTX 4x360 Rads Monsoon Red Free Center Hardline Fittings Adapter Fittings, Fill Port, Drain Port, Plugs Acrylic 3/8" ID 1/2" OD Tubes, 9mm Bending Cord 
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post #12 of 12
They only do parallel when they have flow issues, but most people go overkill on their watercooling loops, so it's almost a non-issue, hence why you don't see it very often.
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