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Would a MPC655 be able to get good flowrates through:

CPU
NB/SB
2x GPU
120.2 RAD
120.3 RAD

Thanks.
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post #2 of 9
It will depend a little on the blocks, but generally, yes! That pump will push that loop.
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thanks! repp'd.
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post #4 of 9
Yes its good to go.

You might wanna get the TOP for mcp655
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should be enough, i was running 2 pumps through a similar setup and was seeing great temps and then dropped to 1 pump and saw a slight raise in temps, not a big deal though
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That's the pump I'm using for 2 gpu's, 2 rads and cpu. No issues at all.
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I use a MCP355 for 2 240rads CPU Block and 2 VGA Blocks no Prob at all, i am going to get another 240 rad and still no issues for sure
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MCP655 will get the job done in that loop. If you get a top for MCP655 it will perform even better. You can also think about MCP355+top.
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post #9 of 9
Quote:
Originally Posted by barrpet View Post
Would a MPC655 be able to get good flowrates through:

CPU
NB/SB
2x GPU
120.2 RAD
120.3 RAD

Thanks.
Should be fine but I suggest going to 355/35X instead, mainly because of the NB/SB blocks.
The flow won't be as good with a 655, from self experience.
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