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I see where the copper tube slides into the fitting a leak hazard.

You have to much stuff going on to do toilet plumbing to many places to risk losing your hardware..

If your dead set on toilet plumbing then atleast do this...

Only use the toilet plumbing where u can see it and use real tubing where u cannot atleast this will cut the risk factor down with out any side effects to the toilet plumbing look.


my case size is 2*2*3 2 wide 2 deep and 3 tall (maybe) I see normal tubing just laying there and not being suspended and looking nice is all.
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my case size is 2*2*3 2 wide 2 deep and 3 tall (maybe) I see normal tubing just laying there and not being suspended and looking nice is all.

You will find out.....

your gonna say for like the 100th dammit i should have listened to Hokies.
    
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You will find out.....

your gonna say for like the 100th dammit i should have listened to Hokies.

lol I'm still pot shoting but the copper pipping would look nice, if not I'm somewhat redesigning the build a little bit and leaning towards 4 480 rads instead of 5 to make it a bit cleaner. if I did normal tubing though... what color.... hmmmm red? i think red is overused these days...
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lol I'm still pot shoting but the copper pipping would look nice, if not I'm somewhat redesigning the build a little bit and leaning towards 4 480 rads instead of 5 to make it a bit cleaner. if I did normal tubing though... what color.... hmmmm red? i think red is overused these days...

if u want a custom color look get clear and use dye.
    
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if u want a custom color look get clear and use dye.

thats what I was originally going for.... shoot might even go for a white color in the tubing.... ugh... the choices man....
post #18236 of 33536
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

1/4" threaded on all your blocks, rads, etc. are common, not just in PC watercooling. They make alot of those fittings and you could pick them up at a local supplier.

can you believe fergie is leaving frown.gif?
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Hate to do this to you but can you do me a favor? wanna copy paste that into a PM for me? I cant access my google drive from where im at and I'll add you later this week once I get back to my rig.

Otherwise! You are in! slap your new sig on, very impressive temp drops! did you switch cooling units as well? tongue.gif

I'll send you that PM just in case smile.gif
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http://www.mcmaster.com/#standard-metal-tubing/=mnvcl9

the 3/8th's diameter OD

then these fittings

http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_info.php/info/p6607_10mm-G1-4-plug-fitting----black-nickel.html

just making sure on the sizings at the moment

...sounds like it's shaping up to be a real interesting build...one thing just to keep in mind is to also check the compatibility re corrosion etc when using different types of metals, as well as 'bacterial / algae' qualities, ie use of a strip of silver in a reservoir ...copper, nickel and stainless steel are usually pretty good, but not sure if your proposed build will include aluminum anywhere on the 'inside' rolleyes.gif
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...sounds like it's shaping up to be a real interesting build...one thing just to keep in mind is to also check the compatibility re corrosion etc when using different types of metals, as well as 'bacterial / algae' qualities, ie use of a strip of silver in a reservoir ...copper, nickel and stainless steel are usually pretty good, but not sure if your proposed build will include aluminum anywhere on the 'inside' rolleyes.gif

Nope no aluminum.... just copper and such not sure I really want 4 gpus anymore... I think 3 would still look amazing as 4 gpus and the materials is right on 6 grand lol. Told mom about that and she wasn't so happy.....
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Nope no aluminum.... just copper and such not sure I really want 4 gpus anymore... I think 3 would still look amazing as 4 gpus and the materials is right on 6 grand lol. Told mom about that and she wasn't so happy.....

...quite apart from 'mom' / $ issues, 4 GPUs can be a bit of a pain...not only re cooling (I think you plan to w-c-yours)...cable salad is at its worst with 4...gaming and about half of the vid bench scores go down and MOST importantly, the extra watt usage can start to interfere with top-speed CPU and/or other GPU settings as it pushes you towards the limits of most PSUs, once efficiency losses and other overhead usage is taken into account.

...3 GPUs is my 'luxury favorite' and quite manageable, two GPUs is probably the sweet-spot smile.gif
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