Originally Posted by Capt Proton
True, but .....
Here is my main argument for dual pumps. If I have two pumps and one fails,
1. I can keep doing whatever I am doing.
2. My system still works while I am waiting for my new pump.
I understand its good to have two pumps in a big cutom loop, but would you honestly add a second pump in a close-loop cooler?
CPU Block --> Radiator -->>Pump-->Pump-->(back to CPU block)
The Swiftech H22o Cost 140$ and you would add another 80$ pump in it?
Just put the i7 3770k stock cooler while waiting for the other cooler.