EKWB Water Block Covers CPU, VRM on Asus Rampage IV Black

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BranFlake5

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I'll be honest, it looks sexy, but I usually build with a radiator between the CPU and Chipset because those are the two hottest components (Besides the GPUs)

BTW, here's a description of my usual setups-Please critique it!
Reservoir>Pump(s)>Chipset>120mm Rear Rad>CPU>240mm Front Rad>GPUs(3)>360mm Top Rad
 

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I'll be honest, it looks sexy, but I usually build with a radiator between the CPU and Chipset because those are the two hottest components (Besides the GPUs)

BTW, here's a description of my usual setups-Please critique it!
Reservoir>Pump(s)>Chipset>120mm Rear Rad>CPU>240mm Front Rad>GPUs(3)>360mm Top Rad
Loop order is largely irrelevant due to the speed at which water is circulating through your loop it is not spending any meaningful amount of time at any single component. You are best off just building your loop to be as short as possible and do not use unnecessary tubing since it adds flow restriction. That makes an item like this nice since VRM cooling is often a pain to fit into a loop and still have it look neat and clean.
 

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Thanks for clarifying that mate!
 
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