Have you cranked up the fan speeds on your GPU's for the short term?
Yes had both fans blowing just for one WU for now. The fans are really loud and it's still to hot. I have been looking at other types of cooling water, or cool plates.
Thanks for the info.
Do you have a price range? Danger Den makes a pretty decent block for your cards...http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11354 ... -NA.htmlwd
If I was in your situation, I'd identify the blocks you want first, then the barbs. That will dictate the gauge of the tubing you'll use. Once you have those parts in place, you can start identifying where you have room in your case for a radiator. The temptation for me would be to use an extended radiator with quieter fans externally (maybe via an adapter off the rear 120mm fan port?), rather than something smaller internally that would require louder fans to move the same amount of air. Depending on where you would have mounted radiator(s), this may leave you with more space for a reservoir also. The pump is usually the last part I spec simply because having the rest of the loop in place lets me know what kind of flow rate I should be shopping for, and where I'll have room to mount it.
What kind of chassis are you using? Are you including the CPU in this cooling loop?
vig1lant3: I want to cool the video cards, I don't see an issue with my CPU it is cooling just fine. This set up would not need to be mobile, best would be low to no noise. Looked at the blocks, look good for the twin GTX470's now would need some help with radiator and pump. I do not mind if this is outside of the case (box,chassis,computer case).
What is different now with both GPU's is the lag on the input side...keyboard and mouse seems to lag now?