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CPU LOOP?

I have the Koolance RP1200 pump and reservoir in one and it utilizes the pmp 400 pump. I used it for a cpu loop with a 240mm rad. in a push pull configuration. I was wondering though what would I get the best temps. out of from the 2? I am using the koolance 370si waterblock.

If I go from the pump to the cpu then to rad. and back to the pump or from the pump to the rad then to the cpu and then back to the pump?

I am trying to cool a i7 3960x and I intend on overclocking just a little not a lot. Its on an Asus Rampage IV Extreme with 64 gb of Corsair Dominator GT DDR3 ram at 1600 mghz.
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    Loop order is irrelevant other than the pump shoud be directly after the reservoir (n/p in a respump combo),
    your case airflow has more effect on temps than loop order could ever have
    Moto
  2. 100% agree with Moto.
  3. ZALMAN CNPS 9900 NT
    Nh-c14 or d14 (d14 is better but if high profile ram then get c14
    antec h20 620 or 920

    i would get the zalman as its a beast for the price but if your worried about nose get the antec (water cooling)
  4. What?^^
  5. samraptor said:
    ZALMAN CNPS 9900 NT
    Nh-c14 or d14 (d14 is better but if high profile ram then get c14
    antec h20 620 or 920

    i would get the zalman as its a beast for the price but if your worried about nose get the antec (water cooling)


    Completely off-topic and irrelevant to the thread.
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