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some are already this price out here , can't imagine how much in brazil , must be close to 50 euro :S
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Originally Posted by deadlyredink View Post

LOL HAHA biggrin.gif

SURE you can make good money. Actually I'm thinking on opening a WaterCooler e-shop. The two big ones that we have (GBA WaterCooler and AquaTuning) are watercooler gangsters...
>>1<< unit of compression fittings from Koolance 3/8" Tubing costs 55Reais, something like 17~18 Euros or 25US$. jealoussmiley.gif

i am a barb and clamp guy for some reason
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some are already this price out here , can't imagine how much in brazil , must be close to 50 euro :S

I don't even want to see this selling in here ph34r-smiley.gif
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i am a barb and clamp guy for some reason

I like compression ones, feels much more clean when everything is mounted and working biggrin.gif

I would go for acrylic tubes but I'll try to gather some experience on watercooler first, no need to rush so much thumb.gif
 
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i am a barb and clamp guy for some reason

Ditto smile.gif

Guess it's because I'm cheap and you can't usually see much of the termination ends once your whole rig is assembled any way. Plus have never had a leak in over 6 years. Knock on wood smile.gif
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Ditto smile.gif

Guess it's because I'm cheap and you can't usually see much of the termination ends once your whole rig is assembled any way. Plus have never had a leak in over 6 years. Knock on wood smile.gif

6 years ph34r-smiley.gif

Compression feel more hmm.. neat... I really hate clamps.
 
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post #36 of 36
Yep, built my first w/c loop in the summer of 2007. It was an ugly beast. Radiator hanging off the right side side of the case and tubing running around the back and through two holes that I drilled into the back of the case.

Grommets picked up from the local hardware store and used automotive hose clamps to fasten the hoses to the radiator, reservoir and block. And back then my first tubing did come from the hardware store smile.gif
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