RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

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RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby zraupp » Fri Dec 10, 2010 2:23 pm

RP-1000BK vs. RP-980BK, is there much of a diff?
can the RP-980BK be fine for a CPU and dual GPUs and a 3 or 4 fan radiator ?

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Re: RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby zraupp » Tue Dec 14, 2010 2:52 pm

:-?
i'll just get the Rp-980BK use that for the CPU and a single fan radiator and then get the RP-1000BK and use that for dual video cards and 3 fan radiator,

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Re: RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby Izerous » Tue Dec 14, 2010 4:30 pm

The RP-1000 can handle a CPU, Dual GPU, and two different 3x120 rads. (as i have done that in the past) so it would alone not have issues running what you mentioned however if you will to loose two drive days the RP-450X2 even with a single pump would be even stronger than the RP-1000 however probably not necessary.
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Re: RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby Stingray » Tue Dec 14, 2010 4:36 pm

Another vote for the 1000. Uses a pmp400 which is a great pump. Bit quieter than the 980. Will easily handle what you want to do with it.

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Re: RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby zraupp » Tue Dec 14, 2010 7:44 pm

how is this, RP-1000BK to cpu to single or dual fan radiator then to dual gpus then to 3 or 4 fan radiator then back to RP-1000BK

cpu: Intel core i7 2600k
GPUs are unknown right now :-x

whats size Tubing should i use? i thought i read somewhere i should use ID: 10mm (3/8")

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Re: RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby Izerous » Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:16 pm

zraupp wrote:how is this, RP-1000BK to cpu to single or dual fan radiator then to dual gpus then to 3 or 4 fan radiator then back to RP-1000BK
Still going to work it less than I have in the past.

cpu: Intel core i7 2600k
GPUs are unknown right now :-x

whats size Tubing should i use? i thought i read somewhere i should use ID: 10mm (3/8")
Just keep with 10mm hosing, I typically suggest people to use 13mm if they have room, but in all honesty with what your doing 10mm will be just fine and you won't see a benefit with 13mm hosing
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Re: RP-1000BK vs RP-980BK,

Postby zraupp » Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:55 pm

thanks


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