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Single or multiple loops? Component order?

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Let's say hypothetically that I had two Radeon 7970's, and an FX 8350 that I want water cooled. Would I need two loops for this? I have the ability to install a dual 120 mm rad and another dual 140 mm rad in my case. Also does the component order matter that much? This is what I was thinking - Res/Pump > Rad > CPU > Rad > GPU's. would this be fine? This is the pump/res I was looking at -

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13884/ex-res-300/XSPC_Dual_525_Bay_Clear_Reservoir_-_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Installed.html?tl=g30c107s152

It says 1500 LPH and from my understanding that is very good.
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Generally a single loop will be better and component order doesn't really matter. there have been tons of tests done on the single vs multiple loop thing. Unless you are using your computer under extreme conditions you wont see much advantage info
Edited by The_ocho - 5/12/13 at 4:04pm
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