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Originally Posted by Nexo View Post

What are theses exactly?

You connect two barbs or compressions to both ends of this and have it connected to your watercooling loop to gauge visually, how fast or slow the water is flowing.
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post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by Ryleh View Post

You connect two barbs or compressions to both ends of this and have it connected to your watercooling loop to gauge visually, how fast or slow the water is flowing.
Ah, thanks for explaining it to me smile.gif now I know.
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