First of all I'd like to ask if there is a buying guide for watercooling components?
Secondly, what sort of pumps are there? Where could I start looking for a pump?
I plan on build one loop for my cpu, which will be a i7-3930k oc'd to somewhere around 4.5ghz.
IF Intel make 2011 socket unlocked xeons, then I'll most likely get a EVGA SR-x/SR-3, which is a dual cpu motherboard.
Are pumps generally strong enough to pump multiple cpu blocks?
I was thinking of purchasing 2-3 GTX 680's (780s perhaps by then), or maybe ghz edition 7970's if they come common in stock and was thinking that I should WC them on a different loop.
So I need 2 cpu pumps, one to pump 1, possibly 2 cpus with bigger tubing fittings preferable, and another suited for multiple gpu's (strong enough to power 4 perhaps).
I'll also need a weak/cheap one to wc my RAM, I know it's not necessary, but I'm building a desk (cross between l3p, harbinger and swordfish) and I'm gonna have my components under my desk top so I want it to look nice with tubings going all over my components.
Also gonna have a 360mm rad (3*120mm) for each loop, and a small single rad for the ram.
Reservoirs are 50cm by 5cm diameter (if only I could find thicker ones).
Please don't hassle me about my components, I only mentioned them so you could get an idea of the work I need these pumps to do.
You will only need 1 pump for all of that. Unless you want to go a dual loop setup.
There is also a section in the sticky that gives reviews of pumps, later on in the sticky is also has links to where to buy them. Pumps