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So I think I will go

eVGA 680i mobo with danger den waterblock on NB
OCZ Flex 9200 XLC RAM
D-Tek Fuzion CPU waterblock on E6600
D-Tek Fuzion GFX waterblock w/ heatsink solution on (2) eVGA Superclocked 8800 GTX's
(2) WD 150 Raptor X's in Raid 1 w/ Danger Den Aqua Drive waterblock
Laing DDC w/ Petra'sTech DDCT-01s Top Combo
Black Ice GTX 480 w/ SilenX 120x120x38mm - 18dBA - 90CFM iXtrema Pro Fans
D-Tek Pro 120 Rad

Loop1:
Res->Pump->BIGTX480->CPU->GPU1->GPU2
Loop2:
Res->Pump->BIGTX120->NB->RAM->HD

Total Cost: ~$1k for the cooling

Man my wallet is hurting already thinking about it lol.
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....http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=117215
DDC Top & Pump Performance Comparison
Wow, nice link. I think I'm sold on that pump now..
    
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So I think I will go

eVGA 680i mobo with danger den waterblock on NB
OCZ Flex 9200 XLC RAM
D-Tek Fuzion CPU waterblock on E6600
D-Tek Fuzion GFX waterblock w/ heatsink solution on (2) eVGA Superclocked 8800 GTX's
(2) WD 150 Raptor X's in Raid 1 w/ Danger Den Aqua Drive waterblock
Laing DDC w/ Petra'sTech DDCT-01s Top Combo
Black Ice GTX 480 w/ SilenX 120x120x38mm - 18dBA - 90CFM iXtrema Pro Fans
D-Tek Pro 120 Rad

Loop1:
Res->Pump->BIGTX480->CPU->GPU1->GPU2
Loop2:
Res->Pump->BIGTX120->NB->RAM->HD

Total Cost: ~$1k for the cooling

Man my wallet is hurting already thinking about it lol.
You might just want to buy your CPU and GPU first and install it...You might not want to do all that other to after you see what a pain it can be to get it all in the case....
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So I think I will go
D-Tek Fuzion GFX waterblock w/ heatsink solution on (2) eVGA Superclocked 8800 GTX's
FYI
I looked at the D-Tek GFX, but the pressure drop scared me away, it's about three times as restrictive as the swiftech MCW60 and their posted thermal performances are roughly the same. I've never read any real world testing results, but at least looking at the specs makes me think it's a fairly restrictive block.
    
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You might just want to buy your CPU and GPU first and install it...You might not want to do all that other to after you see what a pain it can be to get it all in the case....
Oh it will be done in steps. I have thought about that already as well. I know getting everything together and testing is going to be a pain. I will be getting a rather large case to fit everything in. I am thinking of getting a mountainmods UFO case with acryllic. I may also design my own acryllic case and have a company out in CA send me out all the custom panels so I can put it together.

Also Martin, I was thinking the same thing about the D-Tek GFX. Some people over at the slizone forums were raving about their D-Tek GFX with the full cover heatsink. I was thinking it would be less work than getting the swifty with the heatsink pack where I would have to apply each heatsink individually. Honestly I am still split on these 2 waterblocks though. I would rather have the lower restriction, but I am also not keen on applying all the separate heatsinks.
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