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is it better to "daisy chain" from cpu to vga or run a splitter from the rad?
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    First... Thank you for serving in the United States of America military. As a proud citizen of the USA... I thank you!!

    Now you question... I would "daisy chain" from CPU to GPU, instead of running the splitter from the radiator. This way you system has one continuous flow through the process versus two different flows.
  2. ^+1. It's an absolute no no for splitting up the flow. That kills your flow rates.

    The ideal set up will be to have 2 loops.

    If you can't do 2 loops:
    res>pump>CPU>220/320 rad>GPU>320 rad.
  3. Shadow703793 said:
    ^+1. It's an absolute no no for splitting up the flow. That kills your flow rates.

    The ideal set up will be to have 2 loops.

    If you can't do 2 loops:
    res>pump>CPU>220/320 rad>GPU>320 rad.



    Do you think that just one pump can push such a loop? Would the Koolance PMP-450 or the Swiftech MCP355 be strong enough to push adequate pressure through two waterblocks and two radiators?
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