Ok, i got the fans set up like i want, and all the cables tucked away. Got almost all the air bubbles out of the lines but i still have a few stuck to the side of the res. grrrrrrrrrrr
For now, i had to change out the stock fans for a few Masscool 140mm fans i had laying around, my hard drive temps were pretty high (37-39 Celsius at idle), and the ambient temp in the case was pretty warm. I literally could feel the warmth come out of the case when i took off the side panel!! I added 2 120mm Coolermaster R4 fans to the inside portion of the 360 radiator so now i have 2 pairs of 120's in a push/pull configuration with one set up being intake, and one exhaust. i couldn't fit the third R4, the bitspower 90degree and the fill port hose take up that lil space. I ran Cinebench 10 on the cpu, i haven't tried 3D mark Vantage yet. I couldn't believe what temps i was getting on my cpu with all 4 cores at 100% for 3 minutes. It wasn't long enough for me so i ran the test 5 times in a row and took a pic of the last test when it was right before completion. It was sitting at 37 Celsius, it hit 38 twice but went back to 37. I am going to overclock the crap out of my rig!!!! I kinda have no choice now, with these temps and the cold winter we get here, I'm going to start worrying about condensation on the tubes.
Anybody got any ideas for me, i'm almost done but i'm also adding 3 Aerocool shark BE 140mm's so i can take out the blue led masscools, and a 5 channel NZXT fan controller. and maybe a few 4 inch UV cathode lamps to the bottom area....other than that, i do believe i am done.
In this pic, i had already added the 140mm to the hard drives, before that i had the stock fan on them and it was at least 9 degrees Celsius hotter (18 degrees Fahrenheit).