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What are the diffrence between these 2 fittings?
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...l=g30c409s1033


http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...l=g30c409s1033


and also i read having water to pure can be bad. i have been planning to buy the highest grade water i could find which is this
http://rowater.com.au/order-online/
thinking of 10L Highgrade water

Thanks

EDIT: thinking of a RX360 in a Pull or Push only config dont ask why
Edited by xMoltenFury - 10/16/11 at 8:07am
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post #2 of 7
Check your links, those are the exact same fittings.
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You posted the same link twice.

Just buy distilled water at your local grocery store. Make sure to get a silver killcoil and good biocide(ie: pt nuke)
    
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Not sure about the fittings, but you're going to need distilled water, I don't think you need to buy anything special just make sure it's distilled. You're going to need a kill coil ( a sliver of pure silver ) or some additives to keep from growing a colony of green stuff in your loop.
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fixed*
i have gotten kill coil in the cart awell thinking of mayhems dye too
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The more expensive one is a rotary fitting, meaning that once you attach the tube, you can still turn it, it will rotate. The less expensive fitting will not rotate, you must attach the tube at the proper angle.

The rotary fitting is also useful if you need to avoid the fitting hitting another fitting, such as with this Bitspower pump top where if I didn't have a rotary fitting, the stop plug would hit the other fitting.



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post #7 of 7
One of those is a rotary fitting, which means it will swivel. I don't really see that being useful on a straight fitting, it's more for getting angled fittings to line up properly. Dye is up to you but they usually gunk up the system. Colored tubing will give you most of the same effect.

Edit- Except for Scythe's example, nice workaround.
Edited by Metaldude - 10/16/11 at 8:25am
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