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You will enjoy the Aquatube. I used them years back and I still have 2 copper ones that I intend to use in a future build. I probably have a few of the original face plates if you need one and may even have an aqua jet fitting.
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eVGA GTX 780 Ti 24 GB Corsair Dominator Samsung 840 Pro Aqua Kryos x 2 CPU, Aqua Nickel Ti x 2, MIPS MB... 
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Win 7 Ultimate Dell U3415W Func KB 460 & Happy Hacker Pro 2 Corsair 1200 AXi 
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Case Labs TH 10 Func Audio Engine A5+ 
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Originally Posted by theseekeroffun View Post

You will enjoy the Aquatube. I used them years back and I still have 2 copper ones that I intend to use in a future build. I probably have a few of the original face plates if you need one and may even have an aqua jet fitting.

what's an aqua jet fitting?
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