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I was checking out the Koolance RP-402X2. I was thinking about switching over to a dual loop, as I'm one of those people who likes to upgrade often, and I just feel it would be more convenient for me. I'm aware of all the single vs dual loop stuff, so I don't need any info there


Questions for you guys:

Can I use two mcp355's on that? I know the 35x's fit, but just want some verification for it. I already have one 355 in my loop.

If it can fit, will the 355 be fine for an ek supreme hf + xspc 360 rad? I know people look for more flow if its just cpu + rad, but would the 355 work fine?

Let's say I don't own even one 355, which pumps would you run on the reservoir for these two loops? (loop 1) ek supreme hf + xspc 360 rad, (loop 2) two gpu blocks + xspc 240 rad

I also realize that there is another version of the reservoir for other pumps, so by all means if there's a pump for the other version of the reservoir, please recommend.
 

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If your pumps have mounting tabs on them, you would need to cut them off, but yes, they will fit.

You could run it as a series redundant loop, and use quick disconnects for all your blocks to make future hardware upgrades easy.
 

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If your pumps have mounting tabs on them, you would need to cut them off, but yes, they will fit.

You could run it as a series redundant loop, and use quick disconnects for all your blocks to make future hardware upgrades easy.

Yeah I suppose quick disconnects would work. Although they do look kind of ugly to me
I'm not really interested in series, just running two separate loops. Thanks about those tabs, didn't think about that, they'd definitely have to be trimmed.

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Thanks for that, I knew there was something I saw a while ago. Do you have any opinions on my situation?
 
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