Well you may be able to squeez it in with that budget, start with apogee hd or ray storm for cpu they perform the same then id go with xspc rads in the bottom of an tj07 silverstone or an 800 d corsAIR case and get mpc 655 pump get 15 feet of 3/4od 1/2id color tubing of choice , they make a tyon of water blocks for vid so you will just have to research to see what cools the best but its not so important on vid , just that they r under water is enough.then add up all of your fittings and get compression or barbs keep in mind some compressions are huge and wont fit on some places like the round resiviours ,anyways sometimes they dont work..Oh ya dont forget a res for liquid storage..
A single 360 for the cpu at 5GHz would be pushing it, let alone adding a 200w card, possibly two,
Another thread with a similar build and aspirations has two EX240's as the original plan, I advised him to make at least one of those a 360 and I say the same to you especially as you wish to overclock
Two 360's is more like in line with your plans here
Raystorm slightly better than the Apogee but both good solid blocks,
He doesn't need a gfx card block rob, http://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/37289-evga-launches... comes ready plated for a loop
and his pump/reservoir is a onepiece deal, no need for separate res there,
which frozenQ res does your mate have btw? he may find that filling it 100% helps dampen out noise, as well as having some dampening material down the side between the res and Hdd bay
modo's hit alot of nails on this thread can't say much except!...
the hydro copper is made/milled by swiftech, though their previous run with the hydrocopper wasn't that good...the komodo's (swiftech's own hydro copper on a commercial run) seem to be awesome performers.
* someone said something about a leaky frozenQ res - might have done something terrible to it to get that out of a frozenQ res.
I thought you had another thread just like this...I mentioned that you could do it with that budget since the Hydrocopper cards will already have the card on them as part of the cost of the card. I personally wouldn't do it that way, but if you are, all the power to you.
i5 3570k and SLI 680's, you are looking at around 500 watts TDP at stock, but likely more like 450-475.
Either 2x 240 rads, or a good 360 rad should keep you pretty well in the game...but you'll want 1800 rpm fans with decent static pressure/CFM...if you want to run cooler or lower speed fans, you'll want a little more radiator space, like a 120+360, a 140+360 or a 240+360.
Cheers guys, this helps alot =D I had another thread but after like a month and not getting anywhere, I just decided to make a new one
thanks for all the info x2 360's would be sweet, just wondering where to put the 2nd one on my HAF X =S
If you are having two cards on there its a 360+240 minimum, more radspace will allow slower quieter fans, and yes to a build log, they are a good revision aid for others, and its good to look back over your progress sometimes, see where tweaks can be made/altered
And thank you for B.a.