So a few have pointed out that the SLI isn't setup right, so let me explain ... short story - the left tube is blocked internally (with silicon sealant and molten petg of all things) ... I didn't want a non-parallel look so I went through extra trouble to have the two tubes, but route the liquid correctly. Not to mention, I purchase 2 bitspower sli bridges - neither of which fit :( - so if anyone wants to buy one ... hit me up lol
This was a loooong build - I wasn't in any hurry so bought parts over time, but also the 360 rad didn't fit without enlarging the mounting holes and drilling out the rivets on the bottom of the case below it (think I have some pics of that). Also, there's no place to mount the reservoirs I chose, so I used some brackets from home depot and modified them as needed, and again drilling holes in the bottom of the case to secure them. Plus drilling the pass-through holes for bulk-head fittings for the GPU loop, which goes through to the backside of the case where the 360 rad. is. So there are 2 loops, the cpu/mb which uses the 240 rad at the top, and the GPU loop which uses the 360 rad. Plus I spent a ton of time just changing my mind about this or that, changing parts, and I don't even want to admit how many petg tubes I went through.
So here are the specs... Case: Lian-Li PC08 motherboard: asus maximus viii formula Cpu: Intel i7 7700k Memory: 32gb Corsair Dominator Platinum ddr4 3000mhz Video cards: 2 x asus gtx 1070 strix Hd1: Samsung 960 evo 250gb m.2 ssd Hd2: 2tb 7200 rpm Fans: Corsair magnetic levitation white led 120mm (x6) Liquid cooling ... XSPC d5 photon 270 pump/reservoirs (x2) XSPC ex240 dual fan radiator XSPC ex360 triple fan radiator XSPC white raystorm pro Intel cpu waterblock Bitspower gtx 1080 strix waterblock (x2) ... plus a gazzillion tubes, cables, straps, screws, bolts, drill bits, soldering iron, shrink tubing, and 4 corner braces from home Depot (the 360 radiator (behind the 3 fans) and those reservoirs weren't made to fit in this case)