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Old 5th December, 2004, 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted by XeroHouR
alright how does a second rad in the loop effect temps? lets say in a theoretical setup I have a pump with 11 of head, like the eheim 1250(i think thats what it puts out) and then I go rad-cpu-rad-gpu-res-pump-initialrad I've read the pressure drop would effect the performance to where you get higher temps if added in the same loop. Is this true? I'd think splitting up a hot processor and a hot GPU would be mighty hard to make up for in heat, esp with only flow changing. Maybe the hotter the GPU and CPU are the more difference the two rads would make?
Why not have 2 cooling loops.

#1 Res>pump>cpu>gpu>Res

and then

#2 Res>pump>Rad1>Rad2>Res
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