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i am having the same dilemma!

Choosing between:

Loop #A:
Res -> Pump -> Quad Rad -> Triple Rad -> Processor/Memory/Motherboard -> EK Parallel Bridge Triple GTX 580 -> Res

Loop #B:
Res -> Pump -> Triple Rad -> Processor/Memory/Motherboard -> Quad Rad-> EK Parallel Bridge Triple GTX 580 -> Res

Loop #C:
Res -> Pump -> Quad Rad -> Processor/Memory/Motherboard -> Triple Rad -> EK Parallel Bridge Triple GTX 580 -> Res

i really love option A. So i could easy arrange the tubes w/o problems. Tons of tubes with option B or C. and Layout won't look nicer as A
 
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Originally Posted by andygoyap View Post
i am having the same dilemma!

Choosing between:

Loop #A:
Res -> Pump -> Quad Rad -> Triple Rad -> Processor/Memory/Motherboard -> EK Parallel Bridge Triple GTX 580 -> Res

Loop #B:
Res -> Pump -> Triple Rad -> Processor/Memory/Motherboard -> Quad Rad-> EK Parallel Bridge Triple GTX 580 -> Res

Loop #C:
Res -> Pump -> Quad Rad -> Processor/Memory/Motherboard -> Triple Rad -> EK Parallel Bridge Triple GTX 580 -> Res

i really love option A. So i could easy arrange the tubes w/o problems. Tons of tubes with option B or C. and Layout won't look nicer as A
Loop #A would result in hot water going to your 3 GPUs, so it won't be as effective as loop #B or #C. Though the water should equalize at some point, as others mentioned.

I would do loop #B, if I were to choose.
    
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this is getting confusing.. as some people believe in equilibrium and some don't... so another debate.

As you and some people mentioned that water is going to equalize, so the temps would become the same whichever loop i decide to..

quote from a member here:

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Originally Posted by giganews35 View Post
Honestly I don't see any difference between A, B, C. After a couple minuets of running Prime95 I can assure you the temperature will be same in any of those set ups.

Eventually the loop comes to an equilibrium, like some already mentioned.

EDIT: And I suggest you think twice about relying on advice given from members whom never experienced with water cooling.

So going Loop A would gain the same temps as B or C after a couple of mines in prime.
 
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