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Would a 655 be okay for 2 gpu, cpu, and 2 rads?
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Okay my general feeling is that I should just drop the 655 and go with a 35X. I was looking at the Strens CPU waterblock line up and to save money I changed to the Phobya UC1 LT it is a good price great performing and looking block. So I think I'm going to just go with the white 35X and get a HAF for it. I really don't care about noise. I live in a high noise environment with rivaling women.... Now for compression fittings do I need to buy a pump top for it?
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Okay my general feeling is that I should just drop the 655 and go with a 35X. I was looking at the Strens CPU waterblock line up and to save money I changed to the Phobya UC1 LT it is a good price great performing and looking block. So I think I'm going to just go with the white 35X and get a HAF for it. I really don't care about noise. I live in a high noise environment with rivaling women.... Now for compression fittings do I need to buy a pump top for it?

I was stuck in the same spot.
Only reason I chose 655 over the 35x was there was 1.7ft of pressure difference but the 655 had over 30gph than the 35x

wish you the best with the pump!
only advice i can give is spend very long reading before you buy so you don't regret anything later thumb.gif
  
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