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Originally Posted by ReconFirefly View Post

Now when will frozencpu get some... lol

It should be soon but yes you will have to wait a bit. They are probably all sold out like the 290 blocks were...
post #72 of 72
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

I want to do what too but not sure how much the change will cost me. Dont really want to spend $150 + for the change. Let me know how it goes for you.

I worked up some numbers last night for 2 video cards, 1 CPU, 2 radiators, and a bay res ...

$99.80 for 16 Primochill fittings
$16.95 for 4 24" Primochill rigid tubes
$6.95 for 1 36" Primochill rigid tube.
$2.99 for 1 foot of solid silicone to insert inside the tube to aid in bending.

Most likely I don't need that much tubing, but I want to use one of the 24" ones to practice on, and I'm not sure if I will need a 36" single piece or not.

But it's not TOO bad.

Certainly not as expensive as the $239.98 + shipping from EK for 2 water blocks I'm getting today. wink.gif


If all goes well, expect to see a boatload of Bitspower compression fittings (and my older barb stuff too) on the OCN marketplace for cheap. thumb.gif
Edited by 47 Knucklehead - 11/27/13 at 4:26am
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