Originally Posted by IT Diva
Just swap the 240 rad and res positions. Res always right before the pump.
The GPU makes more heat than the cpu, so the 360 after the gpu is good, with the 240 after the cpu.
darlene is correct, the res should always be inline of the pump, thsis assures coolant is avalable to the
pump on start-up.
you have way too much line cross-over. as said, the GPU heat can be the hottest, so the 360 is in a good
position, but from there it is chaos. res>pump>GPU>350 RAD>CPU>MOSFET>240 RAD>res preferred or
res>pump>GPU>350 RAD>MOSFET>CPU>240 RAD>res just keep the tubing from corssing one another.
you still want it to look nice and onlooker to see what is under all the tubing, as well.
you are using the cross-flow on the 360, the dual pass would be better, less tubing and more direct in hose.