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Alternate route/layout from GPU to top Rad in Switch 810.

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I cant figure out how to run acrylic tubing from my GPU block to my top radiator without having that unsightly tube in the way.

Ie:

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I have a switch 810-the build will be full acrylic tubing with a ***** load of BP fittings-i dont want to get into acrylic bending right now.

So i was hoping i could tax the knowledgeable brain of someone for a solution/alternate route.




I was hoping that someone could possibly suggest a much neater and 'out of the way' route using BP fittings and acrylic tubing.

Thanks in advance.
post #2 of 4
Turn around the top rad so the in and out are in the front of the case? You can have sexy parallel tubing running from the right side of the case to the blocks then. I've seen it before but I cant find any pics atm sorry rolleyes.gif
post #3 of 4
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Hi, thanks for your reply.

That wont work though, unless i remove the 3.5 in bay, or dremel a hole in the bay-such is the layout of the Switch 810.

Id also like to keep the rad with the ports on the left

-imho it looks neater.

Nevertheless, tyvm for your reply thumb.gif
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