This is mostly for Battlefield and iRacing. Got the Corsair H80 long ago. It does a great job for the CPU, and is pretty compact and quiet.
Wanted to keep the GTX 780 cool when running 5760 x 1090 so I started my first liquid cooling project.
The Phobya Extreme 200 RAD is a snug fit under that drive bay. Had to remove the drive bay and make a hole for the blank at the top of the Radiator. I only received one fan mounting plate with the radiator, so I had to make a plexiglass adapter plate for the second fan. I got slightly longer screws for the front fan so I could keep the rubber grommets that came with the case. The screws go straight through the fan and into the mounting plate that came with the Phobya radiator.
I flipped the stock Corsair case fan at the top to suck fresh air in instead of out. I have 2 x 120mm fans blowing out the back and 2 x 200mm fans blowing out the front, but only one 200mm sucking in at the top. Hooked the corsair 200mm to the motherboard and made it run at max speed - hoping it will keep up with the slow running exhaust fans.
The hot air blowing out the front of the box is no fun in summer. Can not wait for winter though.
The Swiftech pump ran very loud till I figured out I have only one PWM controller on the 990FXA-GD80 Motherboard. The Corsair H80 does not need PWM control, so I hooked the pump up to that. Set the BIOS to run that "fan" at 12,5% That runs the pump at just over 2000rpm and I can barely hear it. Cooling is still more than enough.
This is total overkill, but I had such a good time building this. Most of these parts were imported from the US to South Africa. Pretty expensive and no guarantee. I am too scared to mess with the clock speeds :(