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Changed jigsaw blade to cut out the MDF more so it doesn't dirty the bulk head:


Black monsoon.
Lost one white...and i need total 18...instead of earlier 16. Have to find it today...otherwise have to order 1 monsoon...shipping will be more than part cost.. frown.gif

Used this to cut Tygon tubing..bought it few years back to cut sprinkler tubes under the lawn (did my own route which increased the pressure slightly for the sprinklers):


No good putting flow meter here...will block right pump adaptor Out to Slight In.

For bulk head fittings...why do I need that ring...


Have to straighten out the Tygon tube with hot and cold water...but this side looks straight.


However this side is not...means the hole needs to move..
post #702 of 1388
I like those fittings ph34r-smiley.gif
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So nice and i Like the fittings and all you have done. learning so much and getting so many ideas for my build. i have about 1gb of notes and pictures that i have saved from all the builds for referance and when you get as old as me you learn that memory is the thing between your ears you forget with. lol i wish i could see a build log where someone used a pedestal with the STH10 as i plan on getting a pedestal.??????
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I like those fittings ph34r-smiley.gif
Monsoon fittings are nice..

Whose bright idea was it do white fittings against a black motherboard or black background....sheesh..its fugly. tongue.gif

  • Changing /painting all fittings in the middle compartment to black (original), copper brown or maroon.
  • Skipping idea of fittings only between CPU and Flow Meter
  • Not going straight from Flow Meter to GPU...and reverting back to old way.



This one goes straight into radiator..

Currently needs a spacer (which I used the bottom lock ring for now):


Closeup of CPU section. I may move the right flow meter a bit (away from motherboard). Reason is that under the slightbox..there will be 2 tubes from each radiator, and need them staggered by 0.5 inch, so they can come in straight.
post #705 of 1388
I like the white fittings on the black water cooling stuff in the white case. i think it looks good and this is what i plan on doing... but everyone see's it different.
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Are those bitspower black compression fittings on the CPU block ?
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I like the white fittings on the black water cooling stuff in the white case. i think it looks good and this is what i plan on doing... but everyone see's it different.
I see it as something to make less conspicious. The left side is kind of OK...because of the background of white wall.
But the motherboard side-- it is hideous.
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Are those bitspower black compression fittings on the CPU block ?
Those are black monsoon.
And I misplaced another white monsoon (this time the part that screws on). Sometimes I think there is poltergeist in my house moving my stuff around. Spend 10% of this project time in looking for stuff.
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After looking at your pictures again i see what you mean about the white on black with black motherboard background. it dose look better black.. see i am learning so much from other peoples mistakes... when you finish if you have a large bunch of assorted parts left over and want to sell as a whole just to get rid of them let me know..
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After looking at your pictures again i see what you mean about the white on black with black motherboard background. it dose look better black.. see i am learning so much from other peoples mistakes... when you finish if you have a large bunch of assorted parts left over and want to sell as a whole just to get rid of them let me know..
You can get really good color blends going on with some background matching.
Yes I have this big box that stuff is piling up in. Will just sell the whole box at the end of the build.
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You can get really good color blends going on with some background matching.
Yes I have this big box that stuff is piling up in. Will just sell the whole box at the end of the build.

I'm interested too ph34r-smiley.gif
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