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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233015

Pretty much the same thing but different blade style.
...and it's 120mm.
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Will a XSPC X2O 450 pump be enough to push a single loop for a CPU? 450lph of flow.

Also, another quick question: If I have black tubing, what's the best bet in terms of cheap coolant? Distilled water and some anti-corrosive fluid?
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yep
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Will a XSPC X2O 450 pump be enough to push a single loop for a CPU? 450lph of flow.
Yes and enough to add a GPU block easily.

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Also, another quick question: If I have black tubing, what's the best bet in terms of cheap coolant? Distilled water and some anti-corrosive fluid?
Use distilled water and a silver kill coil.
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Yes and enough to add a GPU block easily.
no the 450 can't handle a gpu block, the 750 can.
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no the 450 can't handle a gpu block, the 750 can.


My bad, I thought he said 750 not 450.

My fault.
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Link in sig for more pics and explanation of what I'm trying to accomplish.

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lol now THATS a rad box
Ty.


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lol now THATS a rad box
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Cooling your CPU with 4 rads?
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Cooling your CPU with 4 rads?
lol you betcha, visit the link in my sig for an explanation of my project. Basically I'm building a mock up of the rad box I want to make out of metal and weld to the top of my current case. My northbridge block is in the mail and I havn't ordered a gpu block yet. Temps dropped 10c in both idle and load but I'll really benefit from it once I put other blocks in the loop. I plan on buying another pump as well even though this one seems to handle the load just fine it's better to be safe than sorry.
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