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Originally Posted by charliehorse55;10990214 
You can do the same thing with normal fittings - just connect the bottom card to the top card on both holes.

Here is an example of how to do this with triple cards - for you with dual just remove the bottom card:

TRIPLE-SLI-PARALLEL-SETUPx400.jpg

You will still get the parallel setup without the extra tubing.

What he said. Here's how I did mine, but temps were constant across both cards:
dsc01275custom.jpg
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jadawgis732, thanks a bunch for your input. I am actually finished with my build for the time being. The only thing I have been unfortunately lazy to do is some proper cable management behind the motherboard tray, but it looked great from the inside and the back wasn't really something you saw anyways (especially being closed) so I didn't feel like spending time on it. However, I am planning to change out the water fairly soon sometime in April (since it is recommended every 6 months), so I think when it comes to doing that I may change a few things up and do some proper management and such. I will probably be adding in more pics by then and will also add links to some of my posts into the OP to make it easier to find all my other pics I posted in this thread. At this time I am actually brainstorming some final names for my build since it no longer a project and I am actually using it. If anyone has any suggestions to throw in feel free to do so (fyi, must be related to the color theme chosen for the build - Black/Blue/Green/UV).
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Major Thread Update: Hey guys! I notice it has been a while since I have edited the OP and 2nd post so I have decided to go back and completely review and update both posts. I have updated the final specs in the OP and have added several days (after Day 7) and links to every day of the project updates on the second post under the OP. Please review each link as there includes tons of pics and screenshots on the whole build process as well as updates.

P.S. - I am still taking suggestions for a final name for this build. Please feel free to comment and throw in some feedback at anytime.
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Minor Update: Thanks for the name suggestions you guys are sending via PM but feel free to post them all here. I may even start a poll and see which one wins.
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Major Update: Thank you guys for all your submissions. I just want you to know that I have checked all my PM's and even if I have not replied, rest assured I have placed it on my list. I will be reviewing all the entries and will be officially deciding the final name of the rig I have built with this project. Expect the announcement tonight.
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"Shadow Mercury"
    
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Major Update: I have decided to go with a simple but classy title for this build. The official name of this build is now "Liquid Fusion". Think - fusing the blue and green biochemicals (like my tubings).
Edited by Open1Your1Eyes0 - 3/9/11 at 9:26pm
post #158 of 162
nice looking build. good work!
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DAH! I was so close.
    
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DAH! I was so close.
Not gonna lie, I like your suggestion.
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