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Hi, I have a setup which I'm trying to migrate over to 1/2" ID tygon. Everything supports it except I need a gpu block that does. So, the 1/2" tubing goes into a 3/8" ID. Man. It's easy to see how a flow rate could be killed, with all of the fittings and what not.

Basically I want a cheap vga-only block which doesn't restrict too much, but will support my 1/2" tubing well. Any recommendations?

I'm not a big overclocking fanatic, I mostly do watercooling due to that urge to hack, as well as keeping my room a heck of a lot cooler(you'd be amazed at how much cooler a room gets with just sticking the radiator out the window). Plus I'm going for quietness as well. In fact, I plan on eliminating all fans from my computer (including psu). And, as I implied, I'm on a budget.
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Originally Posted by Predator107;14345706 
Hi, I have a setup which I'm trying to migrate over to 1/2" ID tygon. Everything supports it except I need a gpu block that does. So, the 1/2" tubing goes into a 3/8" ID. Man. It's easy to see how a flow rate could be killed, with all of the fittings and what not.

Basically I want a cheap vga-only block which doesn't restrict too much, but will support my 1/2" tubing well. Any recommendations?

I'm not a big overclocking fanatic, I mostly do watercooling due to that urge to hack, as well as keeping my room a heck of a lot cooler(you'd be amazed at how much cooler a room gets with just sticking the radiator out the window). Plus I'm going for quietness as well. In fact, I plan on eliminating all fans from my computer (including psu). And, as I implied, I'm on a budget.

swiftech MCW 80 would do the job
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Ah, cool. that's the one I was thinking of too, but couldn't tell if the fitting size would fit well.
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