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Which Koolance Reservoir and pumps would you recommend for the following components? I was planning on purchasing the Koolance RP-452x2 or RP-402x2.

CPU: Intel I7 930 (OC to 4.4ghz)
CPU Block: EK Supreme HF (Plate #1)
Motherboard Block: EK Rampage III Extreme
Radiator: RX360 - CPU and MB Blocks

Video Card Blocks: EK 480GTX x 2 (SLI setup)
Radiator: Swiftech MCR220, MCR120

Also, would you go separate loops with this kit or do a series for redundancy?

Thanks for the help in advance.
Edited by thegamer36 - 2/17/11 at 8:24am
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A single loop is just as fine as two loops. Really no big benefits there.

I have the new 402X2. Its pretty awesome I and really like it, and its going into my build soon.

Because that you plan for a motherboard block, which gives a good restriction bonus, I would say two 355 pumps (402x2).

Also to save tubing and fittings and other stuff, I would say one big loop, but dual loops is just as fine. You can also share the water among the loops, and it might help a bit.
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Which Koolance Reservoir and pumps would you recommend for the following components? I was planning on purchasing the Koolance RP-452x2 or RP-402x2.

CPU: Intel I7 930 (OC to 4.4ghz)
CPU Block: EK Supreme HF (Plate #1)
Motherboard Block: EK Rampage III Extreme
Radiator: RX360 - CPU and MB Blocks

Video Card Blocks: EK 480GTX x 2 (SLI setup)
Radiator: Swiftech MCR220, MCR120

Also, would you go separate loops with this kit or do a series for redundancy?

Thanks for the help in advance.
RP-452x2 is for D5(MCP655) pump and RP-402x2 for 355 <I would get 2X655b for single loop
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402 with a single pump will be fine. I have my all of my sig rig on a single 355...no problems whatsoever even with highly restrictive Koolance blocks on all three of my GPUs.

No need to go separate loops. Just make the dual reservoirs serial...in fact you are wasting overall cooling performance between the two rads if you separate them.
    
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I like the 452 plus pmp450 pump setup best. I don't have curves for series in that just yet, but I could update my estimator with the single pump curves and run some estimated flow rates for you.

I think the above combo is quieter than the 402, but either one is about the same performance.
    
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