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Little sneak peak of the coming cooler:

post #22 of 31
Have they fixed the half threading?
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Crucial M500 240 Hitach HDT721010 EK Supremacy Clear CSQ Alphacool XT45 360+240 
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EK-VGA Supreme HF Swiftech MCP655 Asus MX239H Antec TP 550 New 
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post #23 of 31
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Alphacool NexXxos XP³ Light was added to the test.

This was the last update for now.

Enjoy the reading.
post #24 of 31
Thank you alot for these reviews, since there wont be a big change in temperature my only concern will be the look and price.
post #25 of 31
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You're welcome!
post #26 of 31
Hi I bought a Aqua Computer Cuplex Kryos Delrin for Socket AM3/AM2 I have an (AM3+)
Can this block take compression fittings for tubing or preferably for Acrylic tubes
post #27 of 31
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I do not have experience with Acrylic tubes and compression fittings, but i think there should be no problem with that. If you want, i can measure one of the screw fittings i've used for the review, so you can decide whether it fits or not smile.gif.
post #28 of 31
All of the blocks in the review and others that can be found on watercooling supply site these days accept G1/4 threaded fittings, which likewise all common fittings these days have G1/4 threads, whether that be for soft or rigid tubing. There are some instances where the ports on some blocks are too close together to accept fittings for larger diameter tubing, in which case you might need to use one or more extensions or angle fittings between the block and the tubing fitting.
post #29 of 31
Thank you all
Badt yes please if you could measure the fittings for me

Unicr0nhunter yes all my gear I have or yet to arrive are G1/4 So I will do what you say if I can not get the fittings to fit use extenders.

Thank you again
post #30 of 31
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So, the scew fitting i've used for the review has the following dimensions (b x l x h in milimeters) 20 x 20 x 26 mm. Hope this helps.
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