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post #11 of 17
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When it comes to the flowing order I presue I should put the 360 on the CPU and first gpu and the smaller one after the last two gpu's.

If I get a pump+res combo will it be a bad thing that its going to be at the bottom as I read that the reservoir should be highest up to avoid airpockets.

As for tubing I presume theres no special things to know, if not so those are about my last questions before I got it all covered up.
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post #12 of 17
What continent are you? I'm not sure if these blocks will work for your card, but Microcenter has some GTX 285 blocks for really cheap. Link.
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post #13 of 17
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Will those work on a 280?

Also I'm in the EU so seems they dont ship them here
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post #14 of 17
those blocks are for 285's not 280's you need the same blocks as i have in my sig rig if your wanting EK block and yup they work great never had a problem with em
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355 is loud
post #16 of 17
my mcp 350 is dead silent
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post #17 of 17
5.50$

That's crazy! That's almost crazy russian emporium prices
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