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post #21 of 27
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Siderwinders doesnt sell that unfortunaly.
Where else could you buy from?
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post #22 of 27
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Where else could you buy from?
Well the other stores I have checked so far the XSPC kit costs alot more, like over 200 bucks... Thats why I choose Siderwinder
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post #23 of 27
If you're a first timer stay with clear tube, that way you can tell when the air is out or tip case and see the air.

Ive just ordered Gentle Typhoons, They are weighted and balanced so they run as quiet as possible. They are perfect for rads.

Maybe get some shrouds too as it helps get the air to the centres of the fan selctions. where there would be little to no flow as the fan centre blocks its self from air.

Also are you wanting the hose from cpu to gpu to be straight (like mine is in sig link). you will need 2 x45s if this is the case.

AND tube cutters, they are a life saver, knifes and scissors make a poor cut.

cutters - http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/kwssststtucu.html
shroud - http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/fetfcxtrash1.html
Edited by andrewmchugh - 8/5/11 at 6:06pm
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post #24 of 27
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Where else could you buy from?
I thought that Amazon sold it, but maybe that's primoflex.

Sidewinder is great to deal with, but he doesn't have everything, so you may try frozencpu, amazon, performance-pcs or jab-tech for odds and ends, just group as much as you can on everything, because nobody does free shipping.

I think the RX360 is overkill and quite bulky where the RS360 or RX240 will suit your needs. The RS360 is what I would lean towards just because you can then go nuts on fans. Also, what you may want to do is join the next OCN group buy of GT 2150 rpm fans. http://www.overclock.net/other-cooli...group-buy.html
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I don't agree totally with tube cutters. I bought one for 10$ and it did a worst job than a carefully cut tube with nice sharp scissors. So I threw the piece of junk in the garbage.

Though don't base your judgement on my experience, it may have worked wonderfully with other tubing. But ulta soft tygon is sticky and weird to work with. I'm guessing a more rigid tube might make it work better.
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post #26 of 27
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I thought that Amazon sold it, but maybe that's primoflex.

Sidewinder is great to deal with, but he doesn't have everything, so you may try frozencpu, amazon, performance-pcs or jab-tech for odds and ends, just group as much as you can on everything, because nobody does free shipping.

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Primoflex is the tubing. It is made by Primochill.
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Jab-Tech has the RX360 kits and Amazon sells PrimoFlex tubing, BUT use "facebook" discount code on Jab-Tech to get 5% off, plus they sell compression fittings and PrimoFlex tubing all in one store.
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