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post #11 of 19
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charlie I have a question.

I want to add two EK full cover blocks to my CPU only loop. Will the x20 pump suffice?
Those blocks are fairly restrictive but I think the pump can handle it as the XSPC kit is pretty high flow/non restrictive.

Do you have room in your case to add an RX240? I dont think the RX360 is enough for CPU and 2 470's because the 470's are hot cards. I think you need at least an RX120 with the RX360.

I just added a GTX240 radiator to my loop and the pump is handling it. The HW Labs GTX series are very restrictive.
    
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post #12 of 19
*Back to OP*

If you want two loop you will have to find everything used and really cheap in order to make it on $300.

I would recommend 2 loops if you really want to, but it will cost you. a single loop is cheaper.

The list listed above is a good one, like stated you will need radiators, as in more than one, even if you ran 4x140 I don't think that would be enough in a single loop, I believe it is better to spread out more radiators than to just have 1 huge one. Something I have been told and I am learning with is current system, though it isn't finished and I plan to add another radiator or two and CPU and Vreg block.

Don't make my mistake, if you can help it, do it all once and do it right, even if it means waiting and saving more money to do it right, it has cost me more money is shipping costs alone to do it the way I did.
post #13 of 19
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Those blocks are fairly restrictive but I think the pump can handle it as the XSPC kit is pretty high flow/non restrictive.

Do you have room in your case to add an RX240? I dont think the RX360 is enough for CPU and 2 470's because the 470's are hot cards. I think you need at least an RX120 with the RX360.

I just added a GTX240 radiator to my loop and the pump is handling it. The HW Labs GTX series are very restrictive.
I could mount the RX240 externally.. at the rear of my case, but I was hoping the RX360 could handle two blocks and a cpu block.

What do you think?
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I could mount the RX240 externally.. at the rear of my case, but I was hoping the RX360 could handle two blocks and a cpu block.

What do you think?
It wouldn't be the greatest loop, but a single RX360 with some 1850 RPM typhoons (or better) could probably handle your entire loop. If you did want to add another radiator feel free to do so as they don't add any real restriction so the pump won't have any problem with it.
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It wouldn't be the greatest loop, but a single RX360 with some 1850 RPM typhoons (or better) could probably handle your entire loop. If you did want to add another radiator feel free to do so as they don't add any real restriction so the pump won't have any problem with it.
I have high speed yates in push pull right now. Will that do?
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Thx guys for the help but one more question...

i have a HAF 932 that must means my rad going to be mounted externally ?
post #17 of 19
Absolutely not, you can mount a 240 or 360 rad at top of HAF 932 with no modifications, I use a 360 at top and a 120 at bottom.
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I have high speed yates in push pull right now. Will that do?
Yes, that should actually work pretty well.
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Yes, that should actually work pretty well.
thanks charlie. I figure i'll add the RX240 just in case
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