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Loop Order Question

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
All,

I currently have two pumps laying around and wanted to use them in my upcoming build and had a question about order,

Idea 1.

Pump
>CPU---->Rad
>Pump
>GPU
>Rad

Idea 2.

Pump
>Pump
>CPU---->Rad
>GPU
>Rad


Thanks for your help,

CT
post #2 of 5
Do you also have a reservoir? I believe that should be somewhere in your list as well.

I personally don't think having 2 pumps is necessary for 1 CPU and 1 GPU. 1 pump should be plenty.
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
Yea sorry I have a bay Res that Im going to be using as well, an XSPC bay res to be exact
post #4 of 5
Loop order does not matter regarding blocks and unless you have a really long tube run, one pump will suffice.
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post #5 of 5
^exactly. In a single loop, you can arrange it any way that's easiest for you as the loop temperature will reach equilibrium over time.
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