Originally Posted by aspire
Doesn't make a huge difference either way really.
Which radiators and fans are your using?
Swiftech MCR320 Drive Triple 120mm Radiator / Reservoir w/ MCP35X PWM Pump Combo
AeroCool 120mm Turbine 2000 Fan
On a related note, since there will be three fans tied to the CPU/NB-SB, and three fans tied to the dual GPUs, what is the best way to route the fans from the motherboard? Should one set be plugged into the CPU fan jack? This way, I could have their speed linked to the CPU temp. Is there anything like this that would work for the GPUs? There is a jack that was tied to the fan on each card before I removed the old air cooler; I'm thinking that might work, but it would only be able to get the results from one card; if there is no support for Crossfire in a game, it defaults to the first card, correct? Or should they just run 100% all the time?
Also, is there any kind of three-way splitter I can use for the fan cords?
EDIT--One more thing... I got black tubing, because I think it looks cool. How am I supposed to tell if there are any bubbles in the lines? Should I just get clear tubing?