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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is this a thing yet? If so which one would you recommend to run a dual cou board running x5690’s? If not , I’m assuming I’d need to run a custom loop which I don’t have the greatest confidence in completing without error.


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You could just get 2 AIO's...be cheaper...Because if you did custom loop I'd highly recommend res<rad (240 atleast)<cpu<rad<cpu<res. But if your wanting to add more components in the future then custom loop is the way to go. Those Quick connect AIO's are expensive just as much as a custom loop. So there are solutions out there.

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Yeah, 2 AIOs will definitely be cheaper. I did a quick mock up and doing a regular custom loop would be less than using a quick disconnect system, but a qdc is less likely to have leak issues if you're too worried to do a custom loop

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I suppose they assume that if you need two CPUs, you're savvy enough to make a custom loop. 


As was mentioned, would be cheaper to buy two aios. 

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