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Old November 29, 2012, 12:36 PM
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Originally Posted by dandelioneater View Post
I think the only point to using a second pump is for redundancy in the situation that the first pump dies. Just make sure that you plumb in your loop methodically and use the least amount of tubing as possible.
I agree. Unless you are running a massive loop, dual pumps are excessive. If you are worried about the pump failing, a system will shut down when temps get too high. Your system will be down, but not broken. Might be good to have a spare pump on hand though. To put it in perspective, ( http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...g-lian-li.html ) is a pretty big loop, and he only uses one pump.
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