So, I want to do a parallel loop for the sole reason that it will be easier to install than doing a serial loop where my 5/8 OD tubing will have to make a 180 degree turn over 2 inches.
The blocks I'm going to get are 2x EK VGA Supreme HF
I'm going to use PCIe_1 and PCIe_2 (about 2 inches apart from one another)
Here is my proposed idea:
I want to get a T-connector and use the top end for water in. Then, I want the L-end to go to GPU1, while the bottom end leads to GPU2. The same configuration would be used on the outlet for both GPU blocks, except water would be exiting.
So, there would be one barb on the GPU block inlet. Then I would cut a piece of tubing ~2 in. long and attach it to the barb and the T-connector. Then I connect the water in to the top of the T-connector. Then I would connect a barb to the bottom GPU block inlet, and then just attach tubing from the bottom of the T-connector to the block inlet (covering a 90 degree bend). I would repeat that configuration for the outlet.
These are the T-connectors.
These are the barbs.
This is the universal water block.
It's very difficult to me to explain in words (but yet also difficult to me to explain visually), so here is the best I can do:
Edit: I'm having issues with my tablet right now, pictures later.