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Would the MCP655 be enough for a a 2 Rads (360 + 120/240) + 3 waterblocks (CPU + GPU + NB)? If I have to get two pumps I'll just run 2 loops but I was wondering if the MCP655 would do the job since it's a pretty kick ass pump.
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Which waterblock? Use Martin's spreadsheet to find out: http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Mart...Estimator.html
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A single 480 reservoir is too big? If you have no quarrels about using 2 loops I would do so as you will get better temperatures all around. CPU and GPU on separate loops, and then the NB can go on whichever set you want. I would probably put it on after the CPU since the GPU will be hotter.
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Which waterblock? Use Martin's spreadsheet to find out: http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Mart...Estimator.html
Fuzion v2, EK-FC88GTS, MCW30, GTX360, GTS240.
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A single 480 reservoir is too big? If you have no quarrels about using 2 loops I would do so as you will get better temperatures all around. CPU and GPU on separate loops, and then the NB can go on whichever set you want. I would probably put it on after the CPU since the GPU will be hotter.
I'm gonna be using the Cosmos S 1100 and want everything internal. Gonna mount a 360 up top and possibly a 120/240 on the bottom.
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I'm gonna be using the Cosmos S 1100 and want everything internal. Gonna mount a 360 up top and possibly a 120/240 on the bottom.
Then it looks like 1 loop is your only choice, so the question then becomes which order you are going to place the items. That spreadsheet DuckieHo listed will tell you if the items you are using will cause too much head loss for the pump to handle, so enter the things in and find out.
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Fuzion v2, EK-FC88GTS, MCW30, GTX360, GTS240.
You're probably looking at 1-1.2GPM so you should be fine.
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Then it looks like 1 loop is your only choice, so the question then becomes which order you are going to place the items. That spreadsheet DuckieHo listed will tell you if the items you are using will cause too much head loss for the pump to handle, so enter the things in and find out.
Well I can do 2 loops if I really want to, if you look at this picture below that I took from the Formal Cosmos S thread, this guy has two seperate loops with 2 rads all mounted interanlly(sorta since the bottom rad is mounted underneath). But I'm trying to save money since I'm looking at $500 already for just one loop.





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You're probably looking at 1-1.2GPM so you should be fine.
I looked at the spreadsheet and most of the components I'm using are either not listed or it says they have errors and need retesting.
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I looked at the spreadsheet and most of the components I'm using are either not listed or it says they have errors and need retesting.
Guesstimate. Use different radiators that are similar and get a feel of their restriction. Then use that to guess what yours will do. Same with pumps.
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If I go with just one loop how would you recommend I order the components seeing that my 360 rad will be up top and my 240 at the bottom.
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