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What I think the OP should do is split this into two loops. Put the 240 for the cpu and the 360 for the gpus. Or the other way around. I don't think it will matter much. For space reasons rather than using a separate reservoir and pump, use a pump with reservoir top for each loop.
This should simplify loop planning, loop maintenance and probably give an increase in performance.

Also, is it mandatory to have the 360 radiator inside the case in that location? It would make things easier if you could have it mounted off the back.
Edited by nub - 12/24/08 at 2:30pm
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What I think the OP should do is split this into two loops. Put the 240 for the cpu and the 360 for the gpus. Or the other way around. I don't think it will matter much. For space reasons rather than using a separate reservoir and pump, use a pump with reservoir top for each loop.
This should simplify loop planning, loop maintenance and probably give an increase in performance.

Also, is it mandatory to have the 360 radiator inside the case in that location? It would make things easier if you could have it mounted off the back.
Well the radiator placement is already done I CANNOT CHANGE IT!!! My thinking is the eK 4870X2 block will produce the most heat thus using the top BI GTS360 rad pulling the air out of the top of my case would be the only best way possible. In my last picture showing CPU ~ GPU is then question I been trying to ask? Will the CPU i7-920 1.3V produce allot of heat? Yes or No? If it does then I need to add the BI GTX120 to the back for a quick heat dump then go to the GPU block. Doesnt this make sense?

240RAD ~ CPU ~ 120RAD-->(heat dump out of case) ~ GPU ~ PUMP ~ 360RAD-->(heat dump out of case) ~ PUMP ~ back to start

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Do what you want but it would be best if your rads were right before your blocks...
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Do what you want but it would be best if your rads were right before your blocks...
Dirty thank you for your help, but they are before each block I really do not understand what you mean? Again starting loop 240RAD --> CPU --> 120RAD --> GPU --> PUMP --> 360RAD --> PUMP --> back to start
    
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post #25 of 41
Switch the order up to have the 240 after the cpu would probably give better temps. \\
edit: Regardless of where you position your radiators, do you have the option of splitting this loop into 2?
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Yes thats the 3 rad setup...its still flawed by what I have been taught.

You want the coldest water going into the blocks...so the 360 would be before the GPU and the 240 would be before the cpu. If you really want to use that 120 put it after the GPU. but I think that will slow down your flow more then you want it to.

when you wright your loop out like that always start and end with the pump.

2 rads would loook like this.

pump- 240- cpu- 360- gpu- res- pump-

for 3 rads it should be

pump- 360- cpu- 240- gpu- 120- res- pump-.

at least thats how I was taught...and there are good reasons for why its done that way. Like I said we need someone else to look at it and say what they think because I could be missing something thats more important then having the coldest water on your blocks...
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Yes thats the 3 rad setup...its still flawed by what I have been taught.

You want the coldest water going into the blocks...so the 360 would be before the GPU and the 240 would be before the cpu. If you really want to use that 120 put it after the GPU. but I think that will slow down your flow more then you want it to.

when you wright your loop out like that always start and end with the pump.

2 rads would loook like this.

pump- 240- cpu- 360- gpu- res- pump-

for 3 rads it should be

pump- 360- cpu- 240- gpu- 120- res- pump-.

at least thats how I was taught...and there are good reasons for why its done that way. Like I said we need someone else to look at it and say what they think because I could be missing something thats more important then having the coldest water on your blocks...
I am more concerned with the heat dumps after they pass thru the GPU block. After it passes the GPU - 240RAD then now all of the heat will be going back into the case correct?
    
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post #28 of 41
No I keep telling you that...the heat is inside the loop, its not going back into your case...the only place it comes out of the loop is through your rads.
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No I keep telling you that...the heat is inside the loop, its not going back into your case...the only place it comes out of the loop is through your rads.
Mmmm I didn't know this
    
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I was wondering what your hangup was lol
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