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Thanks for the info Vertex, what you say is consistent with what I've heard.
Primochill tubing is great stuff

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What about the koolance high flow QDCs? Anyone have experience with them them? Are these worth it for draining the loops or should I just stick with drain line with a T-splitter shut off valve?
I have no prior experience with koolance's qdc's but from what I have heard they are great but extremely pricey. There are alternative's like phobya's quick release connectors. These are most likely what I'll be getting, though not many people have used them on overclock.net.

If you are planning to use the qdc's for drainage only then it is probably not worth it to buy them. I, personally, will be using an externally mounted radiator so my case is a bit different then yours.

Here is a video of their awesomeness:
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Primochill tubing is great stuff



I have no prior experience with koolance's qdc's but from what I have heard they are great but extremely pricey. There are alternative's like phobya's quick release connectors. These are most likely what I'll be getting, though not many people have used them on overclock.net.

If you are planning to use the qdc's for drainage only then it is probably not worth it to buy them. I, personally, will be using an externally mounted radiator so my case is a bit different then yours.

Thanks for the info Tamas!
    
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I see you did not choose a fan controller, those fans are very loud at full speed.
The Koolance RP-402X2 Dual is a better option to mount the 2 pumps.

Link: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30131
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What about the koolance high flow QDCs? Anyone have experience with them them? Are these worth it for draining the loops or should I just stick with drain line with a T-splitter shut off valve?
I have one to drain my system gets a big from me.

I placed an order Wednesday for 4 more so I can swap out parts without draining.
    
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I see you did not choose a fan controller, those fans are very loud at full speed.
The Koolance RP-402X2 Dual is a better option to mount the 2 pumps.

Link: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30131
Thanks for the heads up Haze_Hellivo. I actually was planning on picking up with Lamptron FC-5V2 4x30watts fan controller. I'm going to set up all fans from each radiator on 1 channel and 1 channel for the case fans.
    
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I just wanted to thank all of the members that provided me with feedback. I ended up ordering the rest of my hardware last week and everything should be arriving by the end of this week/beginning of next week.

I'll start a new build thread once I get going.

Thanks again!
    
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I just wanted to thank all of the members that provided me with feedback. I ended up ordering the rest of my hardware last week and everything should be arriving by the end of this week/beginning of next week.

I'll start a new build thread once I get going.

Thanks again!
I just read through your thread and two things for sure;

Feser One is terrible and Primochill LRT Pro does not flatten out....

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I just read through your thread and two things for sure;

Feser One is terrible and Primochill LRT Pro does not flatten out....

Thanks for the heads up! I ended up going with the Tygon laboratory tubing and I decided to skip on the cool looking stuff. I'll be using distilled with Silver Kill Coil.
    
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