Ok so here are the Pictures of the two Koolance GPU water blocks installation.
New Parts arrived and now ready to go.
Close up of the Kooance GPU Water Block
Close up of the Koolance Water Pump Assembly
Front View of the Koolance Water Block
Rear View of the Koolance Water Block
The Supplied Documents and Thermal Pads for installation, - Docs were OK read them carefully.
Things of note they supplied much more of the thinner grey Thermal pad then what was needed, and some extra of the thicker pink thermal pad.
They also supplied extra mounting screws used for the Dummie Holes.
Here a view of the back of the Water Block once the Thermal Pads were installed.
Most of the thermal pads used were the thicker Pink Pad.
Here is a view of the back of the HD 4870x2 with the back plate removed
Here is a view of the back plate nte the Cooling Thermal Pads used here - this gets used again with the Water Block install.
Here is a view of the Stock Cooling assembly for the HD 4870x2, It was very thick and heavy, I believe in this case the GPU wtare blocks weigh less than the stock Cooling.
Here is a Front view of the HD 4870x2 card with the Cooling Assy removed
Here is a view of the HD 4870x2 with the Kooance Water Block installed
Top view of the assembled Cooling assembly - Note how much thinner it looks now. This has given me alot more room inside the case
Front View of the GPU water Block Installed
Here is a view with Both 4870x2 Cards assembled with the Vid Connect pipe for Crossfire installations
So after assembling everything here a look at the case now
Here is a back view of the Koolance Water Pump in the case.
I took this opportunity to add a third 1 TB Sata Hard Drive
The Kooance Water pump went up in smoke when I powered it up to prime the system, RMA has been submitted
So I had to modify the plumbing to use the thermatake pump which I had dedicated for the CPU Water Block.