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    Default two pumps in one loop

    would it be ok to have two pumps in one loop

    i was going to put it like this res/pump combo, 360 rad,pump, cpu, 240 rad, gpu, res

    res/pump combo is a ek 2.2
    second pump is a ddc 2.8 18 watts

    or would i be better of just using the ddc and take res of the combo

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    Default Re: two pumps in one loop

    There is no problem to have two (same or different) pumps in one loop.
    Check this link: Multi Pump Setups ? Parallel vs. Series | martinsliquidlab.org

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