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Can you use 2 radiators in the same loop?

This is my first time building a water cooler and I'm wondering if it would be a good idea to use 2 radiators in the same water cooling system.

Ex. use an xpsc rad to cool cpu then connect it to an ek rad and send that tubing into the graphics card. (while the resivoir and pump are somewhere within that loop)
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  1. Best answer
    Short answer yes
    Many of us use multiple rads, some multiple pumps and even multiple resses in some cases
    I would advise you to check out the sticky at the top of the section as well for some basic knowledge,
    Moto
  2. Best answer selected by qwerty123z.
  3. Motopsychojdn said:
    Short answer yes
    Many of us use multiple rads, some multiple pumps and even multiple resses in some cases
    I would advise you to check out the sticky at the top of the section as well for some basic knowledge,
    Moto


    thank you and I did read through the stickys at the top just couldn't find the answer to this question i just asked.
  4. No problem man, shout up if you have anymore questions, we're always happy to help :-)
    Ad thank you for B.a.
    Moto
  5. Radiators are often the least restrictive of components in a loop...having multiples won't hurt anything at all...and will benefit you. At some point you can have overkill, which in watercooling, we have a simple equation:

    overkill + customization = adequate
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