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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by soloz2
yep, I used a swiftech radbox to mount my heater core. I still have room to get everything plugged into the back of my computer too... although It does add a bit to the length
LOL, nothing wrong with added length!!!
post #12 of 12
You will do good with a dual rad system, thats what I have. Although I run them one after the other. I've got that pump and it pushes through my 2 rads, cpu, chipset and dual gpu and res w/o any problems. Its a great pump.
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