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post #1 of 10
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I currently have two loops. my cpu on one and my gpu on the other. how will my temps change if i put both on the same loop?

i would be going from this:
Loop1 - EK 150 res, MCP655 D5 vario pump, Feser 120.3 rad, Apogee GTZ Extreme CPU block (Tygon tubing)

Loop 2- Swiftech MicroRes, Swiftech D4 Pump, Swiftech MCR320 Rad, D-Tek FuZion GFX 2 (Tygon tubing)


to this:

EK 150 res, MCP655 D5 vario pump, Feser 120.3 rad, Apogee GTZ Extreme CPU block, D-Tek FuZion GFX 2 (Tygon tubing)


and what about this:
EK 150 res, MCP655 D5 vario pump, Feser 120.3 rad, Apogee GTZ Extreme CPU block, mcr220, D-Tek FuZion GFX 2 (Tygon tubing)
Edited by hoth17 - 2/18/09 at 7:53pm
post #2 of 10
shouldnt affect temps that much, the feser rad can handle a 4870 and a q9550 with ease.
    
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it will soon be a 280 then a 295... will it handle the 295 and a q9550?
post #4 of 10
yes, but the more you add temps will start to go up.
    
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Can you have 1 loop with 2 rads and one nice pump? i.e. pump-> gpu block -> rad -> cpu block -> rad -> pump... ?
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why combine them id them them separate loops
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post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Jrice00 View Post
Can you have 1 loop with 2 rads and one nice pump? i.e. pump-> gpu block -> rad -> cpu block -> rad -> pump... ?
you can. you forgot the res that goes before the pump.

I have the second rad covering the back of my case and it is a pain because it covers the audio ports on my sound card. I would just rather have one loop. maybe i'll sell the second loop here on ocn.
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I don't know too much about the WC thing but I try
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you can. you forgot the res that goes before the pump.

I have the second rad covering the back of my case and it is a pain because it covers the audio ports on my sound card. I would just rather have one loop. maybe i'll sell the second loop here on ocn.
you know a rad will fit nicely in the front of a rocketfish..
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post #10 of 10
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do you mean infront of the hdd? i thought about a 2 fan radiator there.

i don't want to mount it in the front front of the case, if that makes sense.
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