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post #21 of 66
The Monsoon fittings you linked will work with the tubing you linked.

As for the barb fittings, when I click.your link, all I get is the same Monsoon fittings but for a different size tubing.

Here is a list of barbs for the tubes you linked.
With these barb fittings, you will need 1/2" clamps like these. But if you go one size bigger on the barbs, you won't need any clamps. But your tubing will be a lot harder to slip onto the barbs. Dipping it in boiling water makes it easier thought.
Edited by PepeLapiu - 2/27/13 at 6:20pm
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post #22 of 66
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The Monsoon fittings you linked will work with the tubing you linked.

As for the barb fittings, when I click.your link, all I get is the same Monsoon fittings but for a different size tubing.

Here is a list of barbs for the tubes you linked.
With these barb fittings, you will need 1/2" clamps like these. But if you go one size bigger on the barbs, you won't need any clamps. But your tubing will be a lot harder to slip onto the barbs. Dipping it in boiling water makes it easier thought.

Sorry about the confusion, I am wondering which size would be the best to allow the most flow and cool my processor best. I will be buying the Monsoon compression fittings along with the correct matching tubing. So will 1/2" ID 3/4" OD barbs and 1/2" ID 3/4" OD work properly?
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post #23 of 66
The Monsoon fittings you linked are compression fittings. For compression fittings you need to match both OD and ID of the tubing.

If you want barb fittings, you only need to match the ID of your tubing. And pick clamps to match the OD of the tubes, unless you pick one size up for the barbs, in which case clamps are not required.

Really, to get good flow, any tubing with 3/8" ID and up is sufficient. Tubing is very low restriction and the difference in pressure drop between 3/8", 7/16", and 1/2" is extremely small. Pick the tubing you think would look best for you. Most popular appears to be 1/2" ID and 3/4" OD.

Furthermore, as long as you get at least 1 gpm of flow, anything more will just be overkill as more flow will net you unoticeably small performance changes. Sometimes, more flow just results in.the pump working harder and producing more heat, offsetting the small increase of cooling from more flow.

Really, if you want to optimize your cooling performance, look to add more rads and increasing fan speeds and fan static pressure.
Edited by PepeLapiu - 2/27/13 at 7:02pm
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So will 1/2" ID 3/4" OD barbs and 1/2" ID 3/4" OD work properly?
I assume you mean 1/2" ID 3/4" OD compression fittings with 1/2" ID 3/4" OD tubing ........those would work.
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post #25 of 66
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I assume you mean 1/2" ID 3/4" OD compression fittings with 1/2" ID 3/4" OD tubing ........those would work.

Thank you very much for all the helpful information. I will be using 2 Gentle Typhoon AP-15's on the radiator. Before I place my order what else do I need?
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Your rad is a 240? If so you would be better off with push/pull, that is 4 fans. If you don't have the room for it, you should get a thinner rad to accomodate push/pull as that would net you better temps than a thicker rad in push or pull alone.
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Looked into finding a way to put a 360mm rad in the case and it seems like there is no easy way without modding the case. If I went with a 240mm rad would I notice a decent different in cooling? Also I was hoping to add a GPU to my loop once the next generation of GPUs arrive.

I could put a 240mm rad + a 120mm rad in the case but would that be enough to cool a GPU + CPU?

Enough is relative. But yeah, a 240 for two blocks should do it. Really if you want even more performance and you have no room in your case, you can always get one of these.
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Would it be safe to put the kill coil in the reservoir? It worries me because it also has a pump. Anything else I'm missing beside distilled water?
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I don't know if that cpu block comes with clamps or not. If not, you will need 2 3/4" tubing clamps for your cpu block.
Also, I personally dislike pump/res combos as the pump can be harder to decouple. I prefer my pump mounted on a piece or foam or neoprene or even better, just hanging by it's two hoses. If the pump doesn't touch anything else, it doesn't transmit vibrations and is quieter that way.

Other than that, your list looks pretty complete as far as I can tell. That is a top notch rad you are buying there. thumb.gif
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post #30 of 66
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I don't know if that cpu block comes with clamps or not. If not, you will need 2 3/4" tubing clamps for your cpu block.
Also, I personally dislike pump/res combos as the pump can be harder to decouple. I prefer my pump mounted on a piece or foam or neoprene or even better, just hanging by it's two hoses. If the pump doesn't touch anything else, it doesn't transmit vibrations and is quieter that way.

Other than that, your list looks pretty complete as far as I can tell. That is a top notch rad you are buying there. thumb.gif

Oh the compression fittings won't fit on that block? Also what is a good pump + res that will be similiar to the price of the combo XSPC pump/res and where is the best place to mount it in my case?
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