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Hi folks! So, I'm thinking of making a water cooling system for my next PC, and after I puzzled over to understand what fittings to choose, I have some doubts with regard to the draining point .. I can not figure out which pieces i need to used and e how to assemble them.

What pieces do I need, besides this?:




Sorry for the question, but it's been a while that I racked my brains ..

Thank You: D
Edited by Shiverik - 7/23/15 at 1:10am
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A sealing plug for when you arent using it, a male to male to connect it to your loop, a barbed fitting or compression fitting and a piece of tube for when you are draining the system.
    
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You can connect it how Efnita mentioned or attach it to a T-fitting.
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Thanks a lot, guys biggrin.gif
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