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Up is better than towards the case haha. I'm looking for a solution that would enable me to have the fittings come out top instead of the site.

Wait ... you said the card comes with something that can make the fittings fit vertically?



So the acrylic rectangular prism fits on the side, and I can mount the fittings on-top?

Yea so here, Ill try to explain each piece required.



The piece on the left goes over the two ports coming out of the block and then you affix the second piece on the right to the side of that. That one allows you to direct the outlets to the top or bottom.
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Up is better than towards the case haha. I'm looking for a solution that would enable me to have the fittings come out top instead of the site.

Wait ... you said the card comes with something that can make the fittings fit vertically?

So the acrylic rectangular prism fits on the side, and I can mount the fittings on-top?

Yea so here, Ill try to explain each piece required.



The piece on the left goes over the two ports coming out of the block and then you affix the second piece on the right to the side of that. That one allows you to direct the outlets to the top or bottom.

Do I "need" the right one, or can I just put the fittings directly into the acrylic block on the lower left?
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Do I "need" the right one, or can I just put the fittings directly into the acrylic block on the lower left?

No but your ports will be pointing directly to your case panel then.
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Sorry for being such a pain but ...

Let's call the bottom left acrylic rectangle Block A, and the bottom right one, Block B.

If I use none, the tubing goes towards the side panel. But if I use A, it goes towards the top, no ?
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Sorry for being such a pain but ...

Let's call the bottom left acrylic rectangle Block A, and the bottom right one, Block B.

If I use none, the tubing goes towards the side panel. But if I use A, it goes towards the top, no ?

No. If you use no cubes your tubing goes towards the PSU and if you use block A you will go to the side panel and if you use both you can get up and down.
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Sorry for being such a pain but ...

Let's call the bottom left acrylic rectangle Block A, and the bottom right one, Block B.

If I use none, the tubing goes towards the side panel. But if I use A, it goes towards the top, no ?

No. If you use no cubes your tubing goes towards the PSU and if you use block A you will go to the side panel and if you use both you can get up and down.

HOW DOES IT GO TOWARDS THE PSU. The holes are perpendicular to the block's orientation, which runs parallel to the case panel ...

The 7970 EK block has holes directly into the case panel .. headscratch.gif
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HOW DOES IT GO TOWARDS THE PSU. The holes are perpendicular to the block's orientation, which runs parallel to the case panel ...

The 7970 EK block has holes directly into the case panel .. headscratch.gif

So you want a 7970 block?

See how the holes are coming out of the bottom of the block?
If you dont use the link that comes with the block it will go down to the PSU (or up if you are using a swapped case) if you use the link that they give you it will go towards the side panel and if you use the bridge along with the link you will have ports on the top and bottom.
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HOW DOES IT GO TOWARDS THE PSU. The holes are perpendicular to the block's orientation, which runs parallel to the case panel ...

The 7970 EK block has holes directly into the case panel .. headscratch.gif

So you want a 7970 block?

See how the holes are coming out of the bottom of the block?
If you dont use the link that comes with the block it will go down to the PSU (or up if you are using a swapped case) if you use the link that they give you it will go towards the side panel and if you use the bridge along with the link you will have ports on the top and bottom.

It's in a prodigy ...
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It's in a prodigy ...

Thats the one with the mobo standing flat correct? You should only need the link that comes with the block. I would then use rotary fittings to then direct the tubing.

Heres a liquidcooled one but with a different water block.
http://speedy-freaks.blogspot.com/2012/09/prodigy-projekt-watercooled-overclocked.html
Edited by DiamondCut - 1/22/13 at 5:19pm
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Right, that's what I was thinking but you kept insisting that I was wrong. Just double checking haha, thanks for that link.
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