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1 GTX360 or 2 GTX240s?

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Which would perform better with an MCP655, Fuzion v2 and an EK-FC88GTS Full Cover block?
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dependant on where you put them in the loop probably the 2x240s but therey be quite restictive so you may want to think about another pump.

if your putting them before each main block then it wold ensure that the block is getting the coolest liquid
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Yes, it's either one GTX 360 like this: Res > Pump > GTX360 > CPU > GPU > Res

With the 2 GTX240's it would be: Res > Pump > GTX240 > CPU > GTX240 > GPU > Res


I'm pretty sure my D5 vario could handle it all.
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yeah i`ve heard good things about these and indeed have one on my own shopping list.
the second one should work nicely
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The pump is enough to handle it all. And therefore I would say 2 240GTXs would be better due to the increased surface area.
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Originally Posted by dr4gon View Post
The pump is enough to handle it all. And therefore I would say 2 240GTXs would be better due to the increased surface area.
Alright, I think I may use the two 240's then and sell my GTX360 as it's brand new and hasn't been used yet.
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