Hoo-Rah on the res there mate
just one? they look awesome in pairs you know...
second one looks like a bitspower job, ok but not as visually damaging as the t-Virus res
I'd swap the Cpu block for a Raystorm,
coolant? distilled water, the UV cathode will keep your water clean btw, its a nice side effect
655 for the pump, you may want to expand later on and you will have the power to do that easily rather than buying a new or additional pump
and I don't think you can get Fc's for the 560Ti, its universal blocks and ramsinks unless anyone knows of a compatible block
currently the best mainstream block out for the price, apogee's are still good, if you prefer the looks then have that by all means, but you'll have better performance form the Xspc block
Theres no real difference in tubing size, the flowrate is not massively affected, although smaller diameter tubes will hold head pressure slightly better again, its negligible
90' fittings used to be frowned upon heavily but people are starting to use angled fittings more often, its still 'better' to use a softer angle if possible imo
but I have three 90's in my current build with no issues
i use a NZXT Phantom. remember to check how much clearance you have from the top of the case to your ram clips. mine measured at roughly 5.5cm.
This means you have enough room for a 30mm rad + 25 mm fan which is the standard size. however, you could fit an EX radiator with some 12mm scythe fans and that would probably do the job. Its your choice entirely though
also. you'll notice that the bottom left hdd bay can be removed as it is only held down with a few screws so you could easily fit a 120mm rad in there without voiding warranty. the only thing i'd worry about having the setup you posted earlier with the whole cooling setup is that it looks like those fans will be intaking air and they're both covering the main exhaust locations so when you blow the air in it'll heat up then naturally hot air rises and it wont be able to. leaving it floating about your pc case heating up your radiators. if you had one down the bottom intaking the cold air from below your case then have the top one exhausting then it should work a lot better.
sorry i just realised you only used that to reference the Res