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Thank you. The tubing is 7/16" ID x 5/8" OD, the barbs are 1/2" and it makes for a very tight fit. I just put a little saliva on my pinky, lube the inside of the tubing a little, and then with some elbow grease push the tubing onto the barb. Always make sure you have your length just is right, because once that tubing is on there, has to be cut off it's so tight. smile.gif

Hmm, interesting. If I ever decide to watercool my components I might just use that size. It makes for a very neat-looking loop.

Great pictures by the way!
post #132 of 210
What a great looking build thumb.gif

Have the green gelids myself, need to get 3 more for my top rad,excellent fans, they really are dust proof biggrin.gif
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Wow

Everyone told me i need to see your rig
Theyre right

Its a really nice rig
I like it
Hey I'm a big fan of your Icy Blue Angel build...thanks for checking mine out.
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Hmm, interesting. If I ever decide to watercool my components I might just use that size. It makes for a very neat-looking loop.

Great pictures by the way!
Yea you should go for it. And thanks!
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What a great looking build thumb.gif

Have the green gelids myself, need to get 3 more for my top rad,excellent fans, they really are dust proof biggrin.gif
Love my Gelids. wubsmiley.gif
Thanks for checking out my build.
post #134 of 210
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Got some more pics together....photo dump. wink.gif
SM5-17
SM5-33
SM5-43
SM5-68
SM5-69
SM5-67
SM5-66
SM5-41
SM5-52
SM5-50
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Edited by PCModderMike - 5/14/13 at 7:44pm
post #135 of 210
Nice photo dump my Friend!! Who says Sidewalks aren't Sexy.. lol
Build is Stunning!
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Nice photo dump my Friend!! Who says Sidewalks aren't Sexy.. lol
Build is Stunning!
smile.gif. thumb.gif

I know right. hehehe biggrin.gif
I had just mowed the lawn too.
Thanks for the compliment!
post #137 of 210
Haha, just saw this on the Water cooling club not realizing I had subbed to it and hadn't checked it recently.
Derp!
Looks fantastic by the way. biggrin.gif
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post #138 of 210
Nice pics but you should try laying down a sheet of white cardboard or paper right in front of the case to reflect some of the sunlight into the chassis and eliminate hard shadows for your photos. Try out a few different techniques and post the result!

Very jealous of your build regardless!
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Haha, just saw this on the Water cooling club not realizing I had subbed to it and hadn't checked it recently.
Derp!
Looks fantastic by the way. biggrin.gif
Haha awesome thanks for coming back in. biggrin.gif
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Nice pics but you should try laying down a sheet of white cardboard or paper right in front of the case to reflect some of the sunlight into the chassis and eliminate hard shadows for your photos. Try out a few different techniques and post the result!

Very jealous of your build regardless!

Cool tips. If I ever lug the thing back outside, I was thinking of getting some reflectors off Amazon for general use anyway, I would use them for more build pics too. thumb.gif
post #140 of 210
Nice Photo shoot.
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