Originally Posted by BlazinJoker
In a month today you've gotten over 21,000 views... Bitspower would be stupid not to realize the free publicity. Vive el blanco fittings!!!
Quizás la gente de Bitspower es dumber de lo que pensamos. Vive el blanco!
Originally Posted by FannBlade
Have you asked to see if you could order them in "raw" state?
Then powder coat as needed.
Possibility for compression fittings and/or barbs....but I've got questions on whether the rotaries concealed o-ring would survive the process. I could replace any o-rings that are not concealed....but not sure if I can disassemble the rotaries to get to the inside o-ring. Do you know?
Originally Posted by Quest99
Let us know if you need us to do anything to give more "pressure" for them to do it. I am all for the white fittings.
I'm going to send link to this thread where it starts in on the fittings, so I think just mentioning in a post to this thread might help!
Originally Posted by Axis24
I'm all in for putting the pressure on for white fittings,after spending close to a $1000.00 on fittings for my build I would have liked to have that color option and would like it for the next build.
I'm going to try. You have some rotaries and snakes, if I remember the picture correctly. Can you see if they could possibly be disassembled?
So if anyone else wants to see the white Bitspower fittings sooner rather than later....make a post in this thread saying so. I'll have the Bitspower people checking it out. They have become very responsive after ignoring me for almost a month when I first tried to place an order.
And while we are talking fittings.....I want to setup the motherboard tray so that I can quickly and easily take it out of the case, without having to drain the loop. I've seen several people accomplish this by using the Koolance quick disconnects.....but man....those things are BIG and ugly. Bitspower doesn't have any quick disconnects yet, but I was playing with some of their parts, and they have these D-plugs (link here
) that are only 15mm long. So like a quick disconnect....that doesn't shut off the water flow. You just pull them apart. They also have these valves (link here
) that I've seen several people use as part of their drain lines. Was thinking about combining the d-plugs and valves into a better looking quick disconnect. Has anybody seen a build that has done this? Any other ideas on a non-koolance better looking quick disconnect solution? It's important to me to be able to get the motherboard out easily without having to drain the loop.