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Thanks very much for the replys.
Also do i use the bitspower 1"inch D plugs to go between my gpus, cause there not alot of room thanks
You probably want to use an EK Parallel Bridge. Try the Quad-Parallel. You'll also need 4x GTX Bridge links to connect the cards to the bride. Looks like this:

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post #12 of 27
vote for mcp355, better yet the mcp35x, higher flow, same great pressure as the ddc 3.2 (aka mcp355). get a top for it too.
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You probably want to use an EK Parallel Bridge. How many graphics cards do you have again?
have 4,Yep ive seen them and they do quads.But dont know if i can get them here
post #14 of 27
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
You probably want to use an EK Parallel Bridge. Try the Quad-Parallel. You'll also need 4x GTX Bridge links to connect the cards to the bride. Looks like this:

yeah, my build ^^^

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Originally Posted by Bullant View Post
have 4,Yep ive seen them and they do quads.But dont know if i can get them here
ek has a quad bridge, you'll need four "g-force links" for your four cards.

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...-parallel.html
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yeah, my build ^^^



ek has a quad bridge, you'll need four "g-force links" for your four cards.

http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/bl...-parallel.html
Nice
post #16 of 27
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I already have the 655 in a old loop but i'll try the 355 then,and if i cant get the quad Parallel bridge,would the 1"inch D plug work
post #17 of 27
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I already have the 655 in a old loop but i'll try the 355 then,and if i cant get the quad Parallel bridge,would the 1"inch D plug work
I think so.

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post #19 of 27
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Thanks for help guys i'll get the 355 pump and try to get the Parallel bridge,if not the 1' inch or minis D plugs.
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4x


keep in mind, you have to use FOUR ek fc480 GTX water blocks to use this bridge and links. Its damn sexy in quad sli
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