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post #41 of 42
If your pump is powerful enough, how about 2 rads?

One outside the fridge, cooling the liquid down so the fridge doesn't really overheat that quickly, and one inside it for the chilly effect
    
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post #42 of 42
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here the plan put a dual fan radiator in the fridge and a single fan rad right off the proc. What about a second Swiftech MPC-350 Pump to help the flow and throw that pump in the fridge too or is that a no no.
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