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post #81 of 152 Old 10-04-2016, 05:33 PM
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Beautiful. Couple questions. How hard would it be for you to remove ram? being able to remove components from my motherboard played a huge factor in how I planned, and routed my tubing in my case. Also, how are your angled fittings in regards to how secure they feel with your tubing. I have EK fittings, and was not happy with how they made my tubing feel. They made my tubing feel like it was lose. for that reason I used very few angled fittings. I have never used bitspower fittings before.

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Beautiful. Couple questions. How hard would it be for you to remove ram? being able to remove components from my motherboard played a huge factor in how I planned, and routed my tubing in my case. Also, how are your angled fittings in regards to how secure they feel with your tubing. I have EK fittings, and was not happy with how they made my tubing feel. They made my tubing feel like it was lose. for that reason I used very few angled fittings. I have never used bitspower fittings before.



Thank you! thumb.gif

There is just enough room to get the DRAM out without removing anything, roughly 25mm of room behind the CPU inlet line.

The 90 degree single rotarys and dual rotary fittings are VERY secure no issues at all, and Im using 16mm PETG with them. I have had both EK and Bitspower fittings, there both great but have to give the nod to Bitspower there just a bit more 'tight' IMO. I use EK for there waterblocks which are incredible and very well built and thought out.
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I'm rather curious about load temps ^_^

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I'm rather curious about load temps ^_^


Ok will try and get that posted soon.
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Need more pics! I especially like the pass througjs you've got for the reservoirs! Nice build!
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Need more pics! I especially like the pass througjs you've got for the reservoirs! Nice build!



Thank you for kind words!! redface.gif

I really wanted to do something very different and not run tubing across the reservoirs like everyone else. Also to make the reservoirs a key feature.

Once the monoblock gets here and get it installed will have tons of images for you thumb.gif
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I love where this is going. I have a strong suspicion it will make our FB page as a featured build biggrin.gif and a worthy addition to our user gallery thumb.gif

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I love where this is going. I have a strong suspicion it will make our FB page as a featured build biggrin.gif and a worthy addition to our user gallery thumb.gif


Wow thank you!! biggrin.gif
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