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Our adjustable G1/4 connectors can't be used in conjunction with these MCW82 water blocks. This is due to the way the ports aren't coming out of the top and bottom, but from the side of the card. I think you'll realize what I mean when you look at a full-cover water block.
Your own website shows that it can be used as I was asking: (I just found this)


Taken from this page here:
http://www.swiftech.com/G1-4-MM-LONG-connector.aspx

Along with this description:
"Connecting the SLI/CrossFire bridge to the MCW82 waterblock"

So now I'm confused... it looks to me like using (4) of these would eliminate the need for 8 barbs, 8 clamps, and extra hose. These adjustable connectors seem like a much more elegant, secure, and simple solution than all those other parts.

Perhaps you just misunderstood my question?
Edited by paleh0rse14 - 4/25/13 at 1:28pm
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Can I use an RX360 and an RX240 in my Switch 810 provided I use a bay res which is higher than the H220 pump? I have so much room in this 810, wanna start using some thick rads and grab a GPU block also.
    
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post #1983 of 20767
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Your own website shows that it can be used as I was asking: (I just found this)


Taken from this page here:
http://www.swiftech.com/G1-4-MM-LONG-connector.aspx

Along with this description:
"Connecting the SLI/CrossFire bridge to the MCW82 waterblock"

So now I'm confused...

Sorry about that. What I meant was that you couldn't use these adjustable fittings to connect the cards the same way that you can with the Bridge. I'm sorry for confusing you, and yes, you can use these adjustable fittings instead of using barbs.
post #1984 of 20767
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Can I use an RX360 and an RX240 in my Switch 810 provided I use a bay res which is higher than the H220 pump? I have so much room in this 810, wanna start using some thick rads and grab a GPU block also.

Yes, you can do this provided that you have enough clearance for the RX360 radiator. You probably won't be able to have the ports for that radiator coming out of the front because there is a shelf in the way that will block the use of those ports. Having that radiator in push/pull will also be difficult if you have tall heat sinks at the top of your motherboard.
post #1985 of 20767
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Sorry about that. What I meant was that you couldn't use these adjustable fittings to connect the cards the same way that you can with the Bridge. I'm sorry for confusing you, and yes, you can use these adjustable fittings instead of using barbs.
It's allll good! LOL. Thanks for the clarification!

Is the longest one (41 to 65mm) the best choice for most new video cards?
post #1986 of 20767
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It's allll good! LOL. Thanks for the clarification!

Is the longest one (41 to 65mm) the best choice for most new video cards?

Actually the size of the Bridge will depend on your motherboard. Just measure the distance between the two PCI Express X16 lanes that you're using for your cards and this will give you the size of the Bridge that you'll need.
post #1987 of 20767
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Yes, you can do this provided that you have enough clearance for the RX360 radiator. You probably won't be able to have the ports for that radiator coming out of the front because there is a shelf in the way that will block the use of those ports. Having that radiator in push/pull will also be difficult if you have tall heat sinks at the top of your motherboard.

Gotcha. Thank you

I will only be running push, with the fans on the top of the case. If needed I can dremel out that top shelf.

I have to do some measuring but I think my setup will be RX360 up top, Aquatuning Single bay res, Aquatuning 680 lightning block, RX240 and Monsta 140 at the bottom.

My 3930k runs much hotter than others I've seen so I'm gonna throw money at it. Bout 45c delta load (prime95) @ 1.32v with my best H220 TIM application (push/pull) intake with AP-15's.
    
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Gotcha. Thank you

I will only be running push, with the fans on the top of the case. If needed I can dremel out that top shelf.

I have to do some measuring but I think my setup will be RX360 up top, Aquatuning Single bay res, Aquatuning 680 lightning block, RX240 and Monsta 140 at the bottom.

My 3930k runs much hotter than others I've seen so I'm gonna throw money at it. Bout 45c delta load (prime95) @ 1.32v with my best H220 TIM application (push/pull) intake with AP-15's.

Just make sure you don't start seeing frost form around your CPU socket biggrin.gif
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Just make sure you don't start seeing frost form around your CPU socket biggrin.gif

Sir but I live in an igloo, we are always prepared for frost.
    
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Sir but I live in an igloo, we are always prepared for frost.

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