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Phuncz

Aquagate with two radiators

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Phuncz    0

I'd like to know if the Aquagate's pump is strong enough to survive two 120x240mm radiators added to the mix, as I want it to cool my CPU, northbridge and videocard. And the freak that I am, I always got to have overkill written all over :D What I need to know is that the pump won't die because it can't handle the power required to push the water around.

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knud    128

:shock:

That must give you a lot of cooling power (not just a cool cpu, but to keep a OC'd cpu cool)

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Phuncz    0

Yeah that's the idea :D That the system is prepared for anything coming at it in 3 years or so :) Including hot summers :D

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knud    128

To be honest, I don't think the pump is able to let it work 100%

(you know Ron, right? Ask him :) )

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Phuncz    0

Yeah but he is on vacation :) Well, I'll just buy two Aquagates and have each one handle an extra 240x120mm rad, that shouldn't give too many problems I think...

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RaptorFury    0

1 guy did use a second rad but it was a 120 x 120 on a augagate . the only way i can think of it pushing thru them rads is by eliminating the rad inside the unit itself ... and open the barbs from 1/4,or 3/8 inch to 1/2 inch barbs ...

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