Originally Posted by Oklahomie
Yes I would definitely be okay with using the EVGA Classified cards. It's just knowing what all products are necessary to make it happen. I have little to no experience with what all is required. Are there pre-built kits available that I can use for everything, or do I have to select each part individually? Pretend you are trying to coach someone over how to do this - step by step as they would go through the process of buying and building this setup.
Having just built my first ever water cooling setup, I recommend going with a complete water cooling kit like the XSPC AX360 Extreme. You can find it on frozencpu.com and performance-pcs.com.
The kit is complete so you don't need to order anything extra as everything is included. The GPU water block must be ordered separately, of course, as well as coolant which can be distiled water or .... a coolant.
Having a case that supports the installation of radiators is also optimal although they can be mounted outside as well.
Other than that, just plan ahead on how you are going to run the tubing as it's important to have a good idea ahead of time.
And if you are cooling 3 GPU and a CPU, you need at least 2 x 360mm radiators, but maybe someone else can chime in on how much radiator horsepower you would need.
The installation itself is pretty easy and there are many youtube videos that you can watch first to get a "visual" idea.