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Whats a good Pump gph for a full tower system?

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Whats a good Pump gph for a full tower system?
does it matter?

unless you got a 100 ft tubing


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75"(head) at least i would think. Thats the range of a Hydor L30/35,and they are frequently used in full tower systems.

Although you can surely get by with less.
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so say 75 to 100 would be able to push liquid to everything like 2x GPU's cpu chipset ect.?

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Definitely,If youve got the money for 100" Then go for it,although its definitely not neccesary. In short though,yes 75-100 is enough for 2 gpu's,cpu,and chipset.

GPH on the other hand,I would go for at least 450 if not more.

While on the topic of pumps,this is the cheapest place to get all pumps.

http://www.marinedepot.com/aquarium_....asp?ast=&key=

(For hydors,what i reccomend)
http://www.marinedepot.com/aquarium_...tz.asp?CartId=

The L35 pushes 450gph with 75" of head while for an extra $6.00 you get 640gph and 90" of head. Although 640gph is a little excessive...
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Although 640gph is a little excessive...
...which is why I recommend DC pumps. They might have less flow but have higher head which is "what counts" in a real world WC setup. You can start reading the details here:
http://www.systemcooling.com/mcp350_mod-05.html


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