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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by commando55555, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. commando55555 New Member

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    what would be the best order for the loop i have to radiators cpu and gpu on the loop ?
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    you have two rads? i'd say pump -> rad1 -> cpu -> rad2 -> gpu -> (res)pump
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    What cpu and gpu are you using? Also, what radiators, pump and block are you using? Really the best order is pump-rads-blocks-reservoir-pump.
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    the shortest route is always the best route.

    Unless your applying it to a res.

    Then its always res before pump.

    Other then that, flow is uniform, temperature should also be @ equalibium throughout your loop unless you have very very poor flow, so u go for the shortest loop.

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