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I'd say 7/16" on 1/2" is even more secure than 1/2" on 1/2" plus clamps. Way more secure actually
I see. do you mind to show me the item? just provide the link for me of the tube n barb. currently I am on mobile and my Internet is slow. thank you
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a 240 rad probably best for a xspc or swiftech one, pump a mcp655, a res ek multiport 150 one will do if you want a bit more style frozenq has made some nice ones, opt for compression fittings raather than barbs to add a little more style.

Bitspower fittings are good and some tygon 3603 1/2 3/4 tubings cant go wrong with them.
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I'd say 7/16" on 1/2" is even more secure than 1/2" on 1/2" plus clamps. Way more secure actually
Until you have a pump failure and water gets hot. There are couple of threads here where people have had that happening.
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Until you have a pump failure and water gets hot. There are couple of threads here where people have had that happening.
My aquaero auto shuts down the PC upon pump failure

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And surely pump failure causes many other things to worry about way more such as water boiling in your blocks and melting the acetal/plexi lol.

I'm sure something else will get f*cked waaaay before tubing comes off barbs.

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so probably i would go for http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/tyr33id5odla.html and the http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/big1mabldi38.html barb. what about the compression fittings?
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