Water Cooling NZXT Switch 810

Hey guys, Im looking to watercool my Intel Core i7 3930K @4.1ghz and 2 GTX 580's.
I have a 360 RAD for the cpu and was wondering if a 240 rad could manage the graphic cards. I was told to look for a bridge for the 2 cards or something.

Can someone help me out please? ;)
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  1. Check out the sticky up top for some starting points, but a decent 360+240 should do the job, a bridge is a connector between the two cards, not necessary as you can join them in a few ways, thats just one of the easier, neater ways
    Moto
  2. Motopsychojdn said:
    Check out the sticky up top for some starting points, but a decent 360+240 should do the job, a bridge is a connector between the two cards, not necessary as you can join them in a few ways, thats just one of the easier, neater ways
    Moto

    Well hey im new to watercooling could you tell me a few ways? Or is that in that thread you told me bout?
  3. Yes, the sticky for W/c explains a lot of basics, and it will help you to understand when a few others start talking about delta temps, reference blocks over unviersal ones etc,
    its a good place to grab some pointers which is why I often ask new guys to check it out, it saves them getting shouted at later on :P
    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/265776-11-read-first-watercooling-sticky

    Moto
  4. Motopsychojdn said:
    Yes, the sticky for W/c explains a lot of basics, and it will help you to understand when a few others start talking about delta temps, reference blocks over unviersal ones etc,
    its a good place to grab some pointers which is why I often ask new guys to check it out, it saves them getting shouted at later on :P
    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/265776-11-read-first-watercooling-sticky

    Moto

    Already went through it. Thanks Bud. :)
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