Got an idea...not sure how well it would work since i chose logic over physics
...here is what i have in mind: take a basic waterblock and divide it in two with some kind of watertight, solid divider so that you are able to run two complete and independent watercooling systems through the waterblock at the same time...think of this in the same way you would think of dual-channel ram
this will at least double the amount of independent agitation going on in the waterblock as well as the pressure and velocity of the liquid going through the block (maybe if we're lucky it'll quadruple cause of some square rule haha
that would make this idea really work)...wait...i think agitation might quadruple if u divide ur waterblock in half...dunno...need somebody to test it!
now i also know that having two watercooling systems in a pc takes up alot of room...but if the cooling effectiveness by chance more than doubles 4 my idea, then the alloted watercooling equipment necessary will be less than what u would need in a single setup! and what the hell...overclockers like us go to crazy lengths anyways!
sry about all the smilies but i hope someone considers my idea!