So I was looking at the passively cooled Reserator1 V2 fanless watercooling system thingy-ma-jizzles and when comparing two of them against a quad-rad + dual-loop setup, it comes out to roughly the same.
The V2s can dissapate only a certain amount of heat each, which is why I thought two might be the smarter way to go. I plan on using some very low speed Sharkoon fans in the system as well so hopefully things shouldn't get too toasty.
Asus P6T6 WS Revolution
Intel Core i7 920 D0 @ Stock Speeds
4x Samsung Spinpoint F2 750GB
MCubed T-Balancer bigNG Fan Controller
1000W Corsair HX Series
6GB (3x2GB) Corsair Dominator GT DDR3 @ 2000Mhz
Could the two V2s handle, and would they fit an Apogee XT WB & a full-cover 5870 block? Perhaps the EK-FC5870 as it is available here in the UK?
http://www.chilledpc.co.uk/shop/product ... ts_id=1477
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showprodu ... =WC-052-SW
Will I need any special fittings or will I simply be able to plug the tubes that come with the V2 into these waterblocks, etc?
I've been talking about getting a WC system for a while but I honestly have no idea where I'd start. I've built my own computers before, but never a full custom WC loop... let alone one with two radiator/reservoir/reserator-ma-bobs.
Any advice is welcome.
Budget isn't my highest concern.
It's be nice to have it as quiet as reasonably possible, yet pretty well cooled, though.