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I run 7/16" clampless on 1/2" BP Fat Boy barbs and I've never had a problem, I have to cut my tubing off etc etc. My rig folds 24/7 so the water's always warm and I have 2 D5's on 5 so there's lots of flow- it really just comes down to the fact that you accidentally grabbed 1/2" ID tubing. That was only a matter of time, but you'll be fine with 7/16" if you go back in the future. Otherwise, glad to hear it's alive and enjoy the new comp fittings!

I have 1/2 fittings and 7/16 hose. I know for a fact it's 7/16, as it came in this kit.

Also, old school rulers don't throw no jive.

I was about to go clampless after having to push my fittings and hose together with most of my body weight, but when I screwed everything in my case and gave the tubing some test pokes, I produced leaks from two places. On the clamps went without a second thought.

You may be able to go clampless in your setting with your hose routing, which is probably fairly loose and straight from the looks of it, but it just isn't going to work for everyone because geometry hates certain individuals. Better not to find out the hard way that going clampless isn't going to work for you. If you drop a load of money on water cooling and go clampless, I would suggest you have an equal amount or more sitting ready to go on replacement parts.

Oh, I also sealed my hosing with some industrial grade sealant and let it cure. It didn't help.
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Ha I'm right there with you. I laughed really hard at that video..... Cause I was doing the same face as I stared at his photos.
    
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GREAT to hear it's alive man. Was scared for you.
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let it all set in rice for a day or so i did this to my old Q6600 RIG it was fine lol
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post #97 of 114
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let it all set in rice for a day or so i did this to my old Q6600 RIG it was fine lol
Mine is fine too, just make sure you give it time to dry. Most people think 2-3 hours is long enough, WRONG, wait at LEAST 24 hours, if not more... Its not worth losing all your components for just trying to boot again quickly
post #98 of 114
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Mine is fine too, just make sure you give it time to dry. Most people think 2-3 hours is long enough, WRONG, wait at LEAST 24 hours, if not more... Its not worth losing all your components for just trying to boot again quickly

Glad it all worked out, personally at various times I've had coolant spill on my mobo, graphics card, and 3 HDDs and 1 SSD. All of them are alive and kicking right now as I was leak testing at the time. I strongly recommend that all custom loop water coolers do this! Closed loops are okay but they just don't match the cooling power of a custom loop.

It's clear from the pictures you put a lot of time into your rig, I'm glad you don't have to start over from scratch! thumb.gif

This is a bit off topic but one time I was so hammered I, apparently, took a shower with my clothes on doh.gif My iPod nano survived but my $15 phone bit the dust water.
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Mine is fine too, just make sure you give it time to dry. Most people think 2-3 hours is long enough, WRONG, wait at LEAST 24 hours, if not more... Its not worth losing all your components for just trying to boot again quickly
i honestly believe 3 hours is enough, but why risk it?
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post #100 of 114
Isn't it common sense to use clamps in such a setup. Running watercooling without clamps, no offence to anyone who does that, is asking for trouble and if you break your stuff, its well deserved. drool.gif

edit: Does someone know what case the OP is using? can't make out which case it is.
Edited by EkseF - 5/6/12 at 12:31pm
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