Hello everyone! Since I was looking to buy a new video card I came to the conclusion that I want to do a water loop for the video card and the chipset...
Current set up:
Rez with 2 pumps - XSPC Acrylic Dual 5.25in. Reservoir for Two Laing DDC's
Pumps: 2 Swiftech MCP355 12v DC Pumps
Radiator: HW Labs Black Ice SR1 360 Carbon Black - Triple 120mm
CPU Block: HEATKILLER® CPU Rev3.0 1366 Limited Edition
Radiator fans: S-Flex SFF21F
Here is my current loop: Pump>Radiator>CPU Block>Rez>Pump
I am wanting to get a 240 rad for the video card and a single 120 for the chipset.
Here is my idea: Pump>240rad>video card>120rad>chipset block>rez>pump
I would mount the 240rad at the bottom of the case then the 120rad to the outside where the 120mm exhaust fan would go then drill 2 holes for the fittings to come through. There is plenty of room and I have plenty of 45* and 90* Bitspower fittings left over. So now on to the parts list:
Video Card: Something Beefy!!!
Video Card water block: EK Waterblock?
Chipset water block: Enzotech EVX-58 Waterblock - for EVGA X58 SLI Products Model: EVX-58 [EVX-58] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
Fans: I still have left over S-Flex SFF21F's for rad fans...
Thanks to all the watercooling masters for help on this!!! Should be a fun project and something new to do to my rig! Also, I have a corsair 850HX which should still be enough power for two loops and a single video card set up right?