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I purchased a RS360 XSPC watercooling kit and I also have a Swiftech Komodo GTX780 waterblock.
I have heard the new XSPC 750 rev 4 pump is much improved and it actually performs up to a d5 pump on level 3
according to this review. I also am going to be running another thin 120 rad in addition to the 360 rad plus several compression fittings (some 45 and 90 degree angled fittings).
Will I be set with this and get good flow or should I consider a bay res with a d5 built in?
I doubt I will be running SLI as I am more of a one card person.
I don't want to spend more money if its not needed rolleyes.gif.

http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/xspc-x2o-750-reservoir-pump/2/
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I run this pump setup with both an XSPC 360 rad, and 240 rad, along with dual Swiftech MWC82 universal GPU blocks with no problem. I recently switched out to a pair of GTX 680's, and will be putting them under water with full blocks on the same pump. For your setup, you should be alright.
    
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Sorry not meaning to thread jack, but have a question about this.

Right now I have 2 loops in my system.
CPU loop has a D-Tek V1 block, Black Ice Extreme 240 rad (at bottom of case) and a MCP350 pump in a closed loop.

GPU loop has a MCW60 block, Black Ice Extreme 360 rad (top of case) and a MCP355 pump in a closed loop.

PS: Both pumps have XSPC Acrylic tops on them.

I'm thinking of doing away with both pumps and just using a XSPC X20 750 bay res/pump setup to supply both loops.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/nxsx2o750dub.html

In this order:
Pump, 360 rad, CPU block, 240 rad, GPU block, back to pump.

Would this bay res/pump be able to make this work, or should I just keep 2 loops?

I have also thought about the XSPC Acrylic Dual 5.25 res for 2 laing pumps and just using the pumps I have.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/dubayreforla.html

Would really like your thoughts on this before I decide.

Thanks

PS: This is a 5-6 year old setup and I hope the pumps have a lot more life in them.
Edited by By-Tor - 7/29/13 at 8:25pm
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Originally Posted by sdcalihusker View Post

I run this pump setup with both an XSPC 360 rad, and 240 rad, along with dual Swiftech MWC82 universal GPU blocks with no problem. I recently switched out to a pair of GTX 680's, and will be putting them under water with full blocks on the same pump. For your setup, you should be alright.

How quiet is the pump/res after you bleed it?
Edited by fusion10 - 7/29/13 at 7:59pm
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I don't hear it at all. Now, I will point out that I have the 360 rad in Push/Pull at 2100 RPM (Corsair SP120 performance edition), and the 240 rad on Pull at 2100 RPM, so those fans make more noise. With the fans much lower, I can barely here the pump. It does take a good bleeding though, as sometimes it will have an audible rattle. I'm guessing that is from an air bubble getting caught in the pump itself.

I am running an i7-4770K at 4.7 GHz, and have pretty decent temps of around 27-30C, and max temps at load of around 65-69C under stress. I've actually been pretty impressed with the performance of the pump, since I had heard mixed reviews before I bought the kit. So far it's handled everything I've thrown at it.
    
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Wanted to post an update, now that I have my dual GEFORCE GTX 680's under water using EK full cover blocks. After putting my system back together, my CPU temps hold as above, and the GPUs hit a max of 49 and 52C under stress running the Heaven 4.0 benchmark. I'm really happy with this pump now. Unfortunately, it will be going into a different build, as I will be moving all of my components into a Corsair 540 Air case, and cannot use a bay reservoir.
    
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Originally Posted by fusion10 View Post

I purchased a RS360 XSPC watercooling kit and I also have a Swiftech Komodo GTX780 waterblock.
I have heard the new XSPC 750 rev 4 pump is much improved and it actually performs up to a d5 pump on level 3
according to this review. I also am going to be running another thin 120 rad in addition to the 360 rad plus several compression fittings (some 45 and 90 degree angled fittings).
Will I be set with this and get good flow or should I consider a bay res with a d5 built in?
I doubt I will be running SLI as I am more of a one card person.
I don't want to spend more money if its not needed rolleyes.gif.

http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/xspc-x2o-750-reservoir-pump/2/

This isn't for me, it's for a mate.
I assume that a EX360 + RX120 and a 750 Pump/BayRes v4 combo would be fine with a 4670k and a 7970 both overclocked? I imagine it would be fine for one card and pushing it for two (pump-wise).
 
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This pump/res combo will easily handle a few Rads and a pair of blocks, its not a super powerful pump but keeping your loop neat and it will have no issue.

But do not just take our word for it a nice review right here!

http://martinsliquidlab.org/2013/01/20/xspc-x2o-750-dual-bay-nylon-reservoir-pump/
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