What case fans are those? They look like 20mm thin oneshttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6835200061
Rated at 40CFM, from what I understand it’s the perfect amount of air flow for my Swiftech Radiators. They are greatt because I can’t even hear the fans at max speeds.
Also what gpu blocks are you running?
They are Nvidia GTX 480 with the DangerDen Waterblock and DangerDen SLI fittings
Have you thought about separating the cpu and gpu into their own loops since you do have two pumps?
I thought about it, but because I have two pumps, one at the start and one at the end, I am able to pass the water through the loop pretty quick without the water slowing down to much.
It just looks like you are pumping the outlet of the cpu directly into your gpu without being cooled first. Or am I looking at it wrong? And you have the 4x fan radiator in a push/pull config?
Actually that’s the end of the line for the loop, I have labeled the picture to show you the water flow. Also I have drawn arrows to show the push/pull of the fans.
1. Resivor > 2. Pump > 3. Single Radiator > 4. Double Radiator > 5. Quad radiator > 6. CPU > 7. Three GPU’s > 8. Pump > 9. Back to the Reservoir.
And what case is that? I've seen it before, but can't remember for some odd reason. I'm gonna guess Enermax?
Rosewill BLACKHAWK-ULTRA Gaming Super Tower Computer Case, support up to HPTX, come with Eight Fans,Top HDD dockinghttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6811147157
And obviously... whats powering your cards? hehe (no pcie 6/8pin connectors). I'm probably gonna jump upto the OCZ 1250w myself too. I knew my 850w wouldn't be enough, but I bought it when I was only powering one 5870 last year... Again, would love feed back (besides the other review sites that give it good reviews that I've read, I honestly don't know that many people who use OCZ psu besides myself).
Lol, yeah at the time I still had to work on how I was going to run the power and zip tie the power cables. Love the OCZ Power supply, so far so good, and 100% module, wish the main power cable for the motherboard was a little longer, it’s also super stiff, so I had to work with it a bit.