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Thinking of adding a couple of gpu blocks to my simple loop.

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Just wondering how much I'd need to add to my current loop to deal with heat from a couple of 6950's? Currently I have a i7-930 underwater with an old beatup 240mm heatercore rad that keeps my temps in the mid to low 40's. Will the two 6950 underwater overload my system or will it be fine? Should I add another 240rad or 120rad or can I get by with what I have? Not looking to overclock them yet but thinking about it biggrin.gif
post #2 of 4
Hello,
If you are going to add them I would highly recommend adding another 240 rad. as those cards are going
to throw out allot of heat and on the same rad your temps would be very high . So add another rad and get a
bigger case soon! so you can have more rads and have great temps!!!!

Have a great day buddy!

-ROG
post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
Yeah, that's what I was thinking too, and with the case already a little cramped, figuring out how to mount another 240rad becomes an issue. I guess I can pull out the drive cages and mount one rad in the front and leave the other one where it is on top...I was hoping to not have to do any case modding...Snorkle.gif
post #4 of 4
xD . are buy a rad box and run external . (-= this way you can get allot more rads and have a nice case (=
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