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post #21 of 28
i use 2x MCR220 rads powered by a single MCP655 pump. my loop order is:
pump>rad1>rad2>CPU(q6600)>GPU(88GTX)>res

flow isnt a problem. my pump is adjustable and is currently running on the highest speed (5/5) but at first i ran it slightly slower (4/5) and flow was fine then too. MCP655 (same as liang and d5, i think) is a powerful little pump. also i use 1/2" ID 3/4"OD tygon lab-quality tubing.
Edited by MCBrown.CA - 6/7/08 at 3:25pm
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post #22 of 28
I use two rads, a GTS 240 and BIX II with a Dtek v2 and Dtek Fuzion GPU block all of a single DDC (orange impeller). Temps are better than when I had a dedicated CPU loop with a DDC (orange impeller) BIX II and Apogee GT block. So, suffice to say, one good pump can power a multiple rad, multiple block setup.

For the record, I did change fans when I changed the loop and the Dtek v2 is considerably better than the Apogee block, which accounts for the majority of the temp improvement.
    
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post #23 of 28
Multiple rads in a single loop is entirely possible; the only thing to keep in mind is that with some weaker pumps, the pump may not have enough pressure head to properly run it, but the LIANG D5 or LIANG DDC with Petra's Tech top can handle it no sweat.

I'm currently running the following loop:

Pump -> CPU -> SB -> NB -> BIX 360 -> GPU1 -> GPU2 -> BIX X-Flow 360 -> T-line -> pump
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post #24 of 28
I was running one loop with 2 rads, 2 pumps, 3 water blocks.

Micro res., MCP350 w/OClabs top, BIX 240, Apogee GT CPU, MCP350 w/OClabs top, BIX 360, 1st MCW60 GPU, 2nd MCW60 GPU, Micro res.

Split things up and removed the res. and added a T-line to both loops.

CPU Loop:
MCP355 w/Petra's top,
BIX 240 Rad.
Fuzion V1 Block

GPU Loop:
MCP350 w/Petra's top
BIX 360 Rad.
Top MCW60 GPU Block
Bottom MCW60 GPU Block
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post #25 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post
Doubtful....2 pumps would be ideal.

A single Pump would have too much to deal with if your doing a 3 loop setup (CPU/NB & GPU's)
Im runnin 1 Pump with 2 Rads / cpu / dual GPu / and NB. Is that bad? My temps are nice and cool won't go past 65 load @ 1.5v / 3.6GHz. Im using a Swiftech Varialble pump. The big one.
    
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post #26 of 28
im using a lailang DC55 (i think thats the name) with the petras cap pump top.....

running 2x rads , 2xgpu , 1x cpu...

max temps I hit on a hot day (25c ambient) 55c....


on a cold day , like today , under 50
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post #27 of 28
I'm currently running a single loop with two PA120.3s, Fuzion v1, MCW60-R and a MCP355 pump with XSPC top. Best cooling I've ever had.
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post #28 of 28
Yeah, I like sharing multiple rads on the same loop, in some ways it outperforms splitting things up. Any time you have an application that loads the CPU or GPU moreso than the other, you'll get the benefit of sharing the radiator resource for what needs cooling most.

It's probably less often that you load both areas equally, so multiple rads is nice that way.
    
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