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Oh this is nice! smile.gif

Especially loving the bends on those pipes in the CPU area.
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Oh this is nice! smile.gif

Especially loving the bends on those pipes in the CPU area.

Thnx alpenwasser! Looking forward to see your bend copper thumb.gif
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Thnx alpenwasser! Looking forward to see your bend copper thumb.gif

Thanks mate! TBH I'm not yet 100% sure if my copper will be bent. I'm kinda skeptical that I would be able to get
a tight enough bend radius on 15 mm tubing. And I don't really want to use thinner tubing for aesthetic reasons,
plus that wouldn't work with the 16/10 mm fittings (I've found a way to make 15 mm OD tubing work with 16/10 mm
compression fittings). But there definitely will be copper tubing, there just may also be some 90 degree fittings in
there. We'll see... wink.gif
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Changed up the connections on the top radiators a little. Now I can fit my temp sensors easy without any disturbance of flow thnx to TATH thumb.gif
Also made another bend from the GPU to the top radiator as shown in the picture's. Believe it or not but I actually ran out of fittings already so send another email to Taiwan... another two weeks of waiting grr mad.gif





(tubes need to be cleaned still, there is some olive oil in there wink.gif )

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I really honestly think you should put your radiators in serial instead of parallel...

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I hear you Jeff but I will stil go with my option. Understand me correctly I am not saying you are wrong about the cooling! I just like the looks of this setup. Once I see which temps Ill get I will deside to keep it like this or change it around.

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Started working on the upstairs Monsta's and connecting them. The radiators will be set in a series as shown in the picture's ..




Also working on getting the pumps in colour ..hopefully I can show that later this day smile.gif

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is that tubing acrylic tubing?
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is that tubing acrylic tubing?

Yep thumb.gif
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Like Akira mentioned all acrylic with the large (8mm) sli fittings. Lots of acrylics upcoming after I received my other sli fittings.

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Since I cant continue working on the acrylics due too lack of fittings I started on the less interesting work but still necessary!



This came only out of one Monsta radiator thumb.gif
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