As the title states, which would yield better temperatures, two 120mm "normal" radiators, or a double heatercore. I have both, also if I go with the heatercore will a swiftech MCP350 be storng enough for my loop?
Originally Posted by <strong>STN71190</strong>
<div style="font-style:italic">As the title states, which would yield better temperatures, two 120mm "normal" radiators, or a double heatercore. I have both, also if I go with the heatercore will a swiftech MCP350 be storng enough for my loop?</div>
</div> I would say to go with the double heater core...It should cool better and there would be less restriction in your flow....
Hey I forgot to answer the second half of your question ..The MCP350 has around 13' of head so it should be good for say a cpu block and a gpu block or 2 the flow isn't very good 320lph...I have the 18W version MCP355 it's 420lph stock I put one of these Radiilcal Turbo-tops on it now I'm getting around 600lph and 20' of head I'll leave you a link to them..There in Australia but shipping is only around $10.oo...<a href="http://www.radiical.comau/products/radiicalpumptop.asp" target="_blank">http://www.radiical.comau/products/radiicalpumptop.asp</a> Well it didn't link so just Google Radiical, that's with two i's....If your interested...
The heatercore - Definetly<br><br>
with that pump you would not have enough power for 2 seperate radiators<br><br>
also the heatercore has more surface area<br><br>
If you have the money go for a swiftech MCP655 or the Dangerden D5 (same pump) It worked wonders for me <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Big Grin">
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