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post #31141 of 107797 Old 11-04-2012, 09:08 PM
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Awesome! I have two 360s and one 240. If I could find a spot for my ssd(s) I could have done a 480, 360, and 240. I might find a way biggrin.gif

With these rads it makes you have to really think were you can put thing because they take up ALOT of space. But coming from Black Ice Xtreme rads I'm excited to see how they handle.

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You may want to PM me, I live on St Croix, going on 13 years now.

Hey This is off topic.. but In late 2005 when the New Cost U Less was built in Christiansted. I was there putting in the Refrigeration... What an Experience that was..

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Just a heads up guys, Perrformance-PC's has a 5.5% discount for all OCN members! Just enter the code OCN55 at checkout.
Nice! Thanks for the word Philly!
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So I took some more pics and the paint is only coming off of the outside threads. I have two red ones that are quite bad (from my pump) all the others are fine. And I have one white fitting that lost a bit as well.
This one is my most beat up one that I have you can see almost all the paint is gone from the threads; however, the other side of the threads are fine:
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Here you can see the compression part is spotless but I lost a tiny bit of paint on the threads again but only what you can see is what has been lost, paint wise:

Small chips on the white and the inside is actually fine its just the shadow of the lighting:
I love these fittings for the design of how they have been made but I must say they need to use some thicker or at least stronger paint on them as it does come off sometimes.
As for the inside of the fittings they are all clean and clear of any damage it is just the threading and bottom of the outside fitting in which I have shown are damaged
NOTE: I insist you click on the pictures to see what it actually looks like

Yeah I think they are great, I have the chrome ones and haven't had any issues with them yet. The color off the threads is to be expected, but that bit of white chipped of the bottom of the nut...that would worry me. From what I have heard Gary at monsoon is good for replacements in cases like that.
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Since you're on the West end, check with SCUBA or N2theBlue, both have west end facilities. All the wrecks are on the west end, and it's usually calmer seas than the north shore. They can also give you the best updates on where to see what.
It's been a while since I was as much into extreme diving as now it's extreme PCs.
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Has anyone ever tried this with there rads? I'm just playing around with build ideas and am wondering if there would be any cons to doing it. Flow would enter from the loop into bottom right rad and to the res from top left rad. Rads would be parrellel connected basically. I put some fittings and tubing just for a visual but could use some sort of sli fittings if it worked out.. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/06/08/hesmelaughs-radiator-sandwich-testing/
There was a good study done on that specific rad orientation^
Short story: stacked (or sandwiched) rads almost always perform worse than just a single rad in the same situation/orientation.
Edit: If pursuing this orientation, low FPI combined with high fan pressure is ideal. thumb.gif

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Nice! Thanks for the word Philly!
Yeah I think they are great, I have the chrome ones and haven't had any issues with them yet. The color off the threads is to be expected, but that bit of whit chipped of the bottom of the nut...that would worry me. From what I have heard Gary @monsoon is good for replacements in cases like that.
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Is there anything you haven't done/can't do? biggrin.gif
http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/06/08/hesmelaughs-radiator-sandwich-testing/
There was a good study done on that specific rad orientation^

Lol I aksed geno for some sponsorships, frown.gif sadly, nada for now.
Don't really see alot of Monsoon parts around, so im guessing not many have bought monsoon yet.
Meaning no OCN sponsorship projects lol.

kinda sad.

tongue.gif please buy more monsoon guys.

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I'm sponsored! Check out my Water Phantom build!
Going to get the angled ones for my Switch[Box] Build soon as well!

Awesome, cant wait to see...
I was sponsored too!!! (by my wife) biggrin.gif ...just because she loves me! thumb.gif

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http://martinsliquidlab.org/2012/06/08/hesmelaughs-radiator-sandwich-testing/
There was a good study done on that specific rad orientation^
Short story: stacked (or sandwiched) rads almost always perform worse than just a single rad in the same situation/orientation.
Edit: If pursuing this orientation, low FPI combined with high fan pressure is ideal. thumb.gif

I believe the monstra's are around 10fpi and I'm planning on running scythe kaze 3000 rpm fans for where the two rads are and some slimmer fans where it's just the 480.

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@ nightryder, looks like a cool idea, tho it seems to me you would either need to have both of the fittings on either the top or the bottom, and what would be the point of having the rads connected twice?
seems to me like you would want it to go in the right rad at the bottom. Down the bottom side of the rad up the. Back towards us (from the way the pic is taken) in the top of the rad, Across to the other rad, away from us on the top of the rad. Then back towards us again on the bottom of the rad and out a fitting on the bottom (again).

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Lol I aksed geno for some sponsorships, frown.gif sadly, nada for now.
Don't really see alot of Monsoon parts around, so im guessing not many have bought monsoon yet.
Meaning no OCN sponsorship projects lol.
kinda sad.
tongue.gif please buy more monsoon guys.

Ok, fine. DSC_0370 (2).jpg
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Sorry for the thread double-tap, but I could really use some votes over at cooledpc.com , I just got my rig together and am way late to the game.

http://www.cooledpc.com/build/250

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