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Poll Results: If I changed tubing color which color would look best?

 
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post #11 of 182
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It is his reason why I replacing all of my Bitspower 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD compression fittings with 3/8" ID x 5/8" OD compression fittings because of the PrimoChill PrimoFlex PRO LRT Tubings incredible bending radius! Everything is looking good!

I'm thinking about switching from 1/2 ID 3/4 OD to 7/16 ID 5/8 OD. Will this make a difference in how well the tube will bend? Or will the 3/4 OD bend just as well as the 5/8?

This is my FrozenCPU shopping cart right now. I can change to primochill if it's that much better. I just am unsure which tube to get. mad.gif
Edited by jermzz - 12/25/11 at 9:53am
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R3603 sucks, it will cloud and discolour within a few weeks. Stick w/ Primoflex LRT. The smaller the tubing, generally the better the bend radius. At least if it thicker walls. I would suggest going w/ 3/8" ID 5/8" OD Primoflex LRT. 3/8" has no impact on performance.
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post #13 of 182
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R3603 sucks, it will cloud and discolour within a few weeks. Stick w/ Primoflex LRT. The smaller the tubing, generally the better the bend radius. At least if it thicker walls. I would suggest going w/ 3/8" ID 5/8" OD Primoflex LRT. 3/8" has no impact on performance.

Ok, I switched back to the Primoflex, thanks smile.gif

Here's my final orders and they stand / stood. It's just a waiting game now.

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Edited by jermzz - 12/25/11 at 10:06pm
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I can't even come close to reading your order list, to tiny.
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I can't even come close to reading your order list, to tiny.

They're not image links, they're uploads to the server. Go ahead and give 'em a click and they'll expand to normal size thumb.gif
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They're not image links, they're uploads to the server. Go ahead and give 'em a click and they'll expand to normal size thumb.gif

I know that clicking on it makes it larger and still waaaay to small, what size did you upload at? Look at how much wasted space there is on the left and right of the screen capture, you could fit three invoices on your 24" screen.
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Edited by Systemlord - 12/25/11 at 9:52pm
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I dunno man, what browser you using? its uploaded at 1920x1200. I have a 24" monitor and it works fine using Chrome. I'll put it in my photobucket folder in op and see if that works. I did do one zoom out on chrome to get the whole page in one picture, but it still looks fine expanded on my screen.
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I dunno man, what browser you using? its uploaded at 1920x1200. I have a 24" monitor and it works fine using Chrome. I'll put it in my photobucket folder in op and see if that works.

Google Chrome, if you are also using Chrome you can zoom in on your invoice and capture that larger image so others could see it. I've never had this issue before on OCN, just this thread. wth.gif

Not everybody has a 24" screen, and if people are running 17-20 inch screens they will also have trouble seeing it. I know for a fact you are running native, the more resolution the harder it will be for those that don't have 24" screens to be able to see it.
Edited by Systemlord - 12/25/11 at 10:01pm
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Google Chrome, if you are also using Chrome you can zoom in on your invoice and capture that larger image so others could see it. I've never had this issue before on OCN, just this thread. wth.gif
Not everybody has a 24" screen, and if people are running 17-20 inch screens they will also have trouble seeing it. I know for a fact you are running native.

Like I said, I zoomed out one click to get it in the picture, didn't occur to me people would have issue. Can you see from photobucket link? If not I'll easily go to the order and zoom in to redo. smile.gif


EDIT: I just re-uploaded them. You should be able to see them now, sorry about that.
Edited by jermzz - 12/25/11 at 10:06pm
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Like I said, I zoomed out one click to get it in the picture, didn't occur to me people would have issue. Can you see from photobucket link? If not I'll easily go to the order and zoom in to redo. smile.gif

That's why I can't see it, you zoomed out on a 24" monitor then taking a screen capture making it even smaller even for you, can you imagine how much smaller it is for us? I'm telling you people that have below 20" screens won't be able to see it the way you do, no big deal though.
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