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Old 07-27-2020, 01:05 AM   #1
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The evo is going to be a grow out tank for Coral/ hospital tank.

The 30 long is going to be a quarantine system.

The 64 long 48’18’18 is going to be a bottomless sps tank.

I need help with a question. I’m caught between 2 hydra 64 HD and 3x g5 30 pro. Which would you guys do?
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Well, I am running hydras currently. I had radions over top of my last system. There isn't much difference in terms of growing corals.
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I'd opt for more spread consistency on a.longer sps tank. If you want hot spots for more demanding coral than 2, stronger, units.
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T5/led combo would give you the best coverage but if not Iíd do the 3 radions as youíll have less shadows most likely and the tank isnít very deep
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