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post #11 of 12
Dual pumps work well if your loop is going to near the limits of your current pumps head, I have dual rads, but mine are really close to one another, so I don't know if that will help any.
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post #12 of 12
Dual pumps will give you more flow to..At the cost of a higher heat dump...I'm getting right at 3gpm with 2 in series...It only dropped my temp's by 2.5C adding an extra pump...All I have in my loop though is a CPU with gpu's in the loop I'm sure it would be a higher drop...I mostly added the extra pump so I would have redundancy in case one died on me...I'm making mine into a Pelt rig and it would just take a short time to fry my chip if the pump died...That and its just cool to do....
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