I'm getting ready to build a new video editing workstation. I've decided to use an AMD Threadripper and add a GeForce 1070 GPU, with the idea of adding potentially a second one in the future, when budget allows. I'm also adding 2 SSDs and 2 mechanical HDs in a RAID configuration.
Now, my problem is that I have never built a liquid cooling rig, but I'm a bit worried about all the heat that the above listed components will produce (specially the part about 2 GPUs in the future).
As I am not planning on overclocking this system, it doesn't need to be water cooled, but I do have concerns that conventional air cooling will not be enough to prevent the system from thermal throttling. I don't really have much time to spend tinkering right now and I need the new computer ASAP, so I'd like some recommendations.
I would like to keep the cost of the cooling solution below $350.
If liquid cooling, it would need to cool the CPU and GPU(s) with one reservoir and pump.