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Any problems with this tubing layout?

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Had to redo my system after a pump buggered up and was wondering if there is anything wrong with this new layout .
Mainly concerned about the last run back to the res/pump if it will putting too much stress on the pumps.


I've got 2 D5s in a Koolance RP-452X2 running in serial.

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Thank ye kindly for any help n____n
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I would suggest going from the upper rad to the pumps, but I don't know exactly if that does anything, I don't have any experience with bay res'.

I would go, Pumps ->under radiator-> GPU -> CPU-> upper radiator -> Pupm/Res

but yeah, as I said, no experience with bayres' smile.gif
    
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Maybe putting a radiator between CPU and GPU would be beneficial. I know the layout as a whole wont matter (overall water temperature will be the same regardless) but having the warm water from the CPU go into the GPU wont result in the best GPU temps you could get!
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Maybe putting a radiator between CPU and GPU would be beneficial. I know the layout as a whole wont matter (overall water temperature will be the same regardless) but having the warm water from the CPU go into the GPU wont result in the best GPU temps you could get!

That's also what I would do. Temps in your loop as a whole aren't going to matter much no matter what order you go, but if I had two rads and two components I had blocks on, I'd try to cool each with one of the rads before the next component. I also think that makes for a cleaner-looking loop imho.

I'd probably do something like this, with the flow going whichever direction ...

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