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What is it you guy like about the ev2's Just the fact that you can have them etched? Or do you think they're sexy? I really haven't looked close at them until just a few minutes ago because they never drew my interest because anything with the word economy (careful use of money, resources, etc.) in it really doesn't belong in a water cooled loop lol wheee.gif. Now that I've taken a closer look at them and watched the videos all the way to the end WOW very nice!!! That etching really makes a difference. I can't wait to see them used in builds to see what you guys are coming up with. Unfortunately I don't think I'll ever use them because if they can't hold a 30 lb dumbbell then nope It's a no go winksmiley02.gif
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What is it you guy like about the ev2's Just the fact that you can have them etched? Or do you think they're sexy? I really haven't looked close at them until just a few minutes ago because they never drew my interest because anything with the word economy (careful use of money, resources, etc.) in it really doesn't belong in a water cooled loop lol wheee.gif. Now that I've taken a closer look at them and watched the videos all the way to the end WOW very nice!!! That etching really makes a difference. I can't wait to see them used in builds to see what you guys are coming up with. Unfortunately I don't think I'll ever use them because if they can't hold a 30 lb dumbbell then nope It's a no go winksmiley02.gif

I like them because I can fit them into my theme'd build.

As well as the open compatibility over a broad range of tubing sizes. Although I just fount this out today and I get Monsoon brand hardline for the sheer smexiness of it.

I have a 4pack of Chainguns collecting dust. It's been over 2 years since I got them and because PPCs was out of stock on them for so long I hadda change up the fittings. I have 30(or more) fittings going in the build and waiting around for restock simply did not feel like the right way to go. It took PPCs that long to restock 1/2"x5/8" Black and Red Chaingun fittings. We're talking almost a year. What really sucks is anything over 30 days they won't take em and give me a store credit after a restocking fee. Not that big a deal, but selling them is taking longer than I had hoped. Oh well se les vie.

So now I am selling 30 Economies to get my fittings to blend with my Theme. All good. I'm not mad at all an I am sure I can sell them because they are the red nickel with 10% of them being Black Nickel. So they will sell, it's all about when. biggrin.gif

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OK--

I finally got around to taking some pictures of the rad mount kit for you guys. A little hard to explain even with pictures (I suck at explaining).

It includes three sizes of screws (M4 and the two SAE sizes) and those three sets come in two lengths--one for "direct" mounting and one for thru fan mounting.



The kit includes two each of the "T" and "Y" mounting brackets which are powder coated 3mm thick steel.



The brackets can be mixed and matched and rotated and configured as needed to cover a fairly large (but obviously not all) range of possible reservoir configurations and mounting positions and orientations.



The brackets have 12mm of adjustment and the slots for the mounts have 24mm of range adjustment--so you get 72mm of total adjustment range for reservoir length...considering the tubes come in 50mm increments that *should* cover a fairly wide range.



The brackets will accept our 12mm, 25mm, and 50mm tall mounts so you have a fairly wide range of height options as well.

All of the above being said...these will NOT cover every single possible reservoir configuration mounted to every possible radiator size in every possible position. It will hopefully cover most of them tho.
post #3254 of 4492
@BoxGods What the? you come up with some of the most practical but sick looking products. Maybe you are the BoxGod Seriously though when i was doing my last build I want to mount an mmrs res at the middle/ top of my case so it looked like it was floating but the rad was getting in the way.
Edited by geox19 - 10/7/16 at 3:34pm
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OK--

I finally got around to taking some pictures of the rad mount kit for you guys. A little hard to explain even with pictures (I suck at explaining).

It includes three sizes of screws (M4 and the two SAE sizes) and those three sets come in two lengths--one for "direct" mounting and one for thru fan mounting.



The kit includes two each of the "T" and "Y" mounting brackets which are powder coated 3mm thick steel.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


The brackets can be mixed and matched and rotated and configured as needed to cover a fairly large (but obviously not all) range of possible reservoir configurations and mounting positions and orientations.



The brackets have 12mm of adjustment and the slots for the mounts have 24mm of range adjustment--so you get 72mm of total adjustment range for reservoir length...considering the tubes come in 50mm increments that *should* cover a fairly wide range.


The brackets will accept our 12mm, 25mm, and 50mm tall mounts so you have a fairly wide range of height options as well.

All of the above being said...these will NOT cover every single possible reservoir configuration mounted to every possible radiator size in every possible position. It will hopefully cover most of them tho.

Sweet! Now I can mount my MMRS setup using a 120 fan in the front of my build. I was considering keeping the stock 230 up front, but that meant that I have to figger out some way of mounting the two Radiators offset to the fan. Since I plan to rivet the radiator brackets in place for stability reasons, that was probably a bad idea. But a 120 will fit between everything and allow for airflow to reach the caps and mosfets of my inverted board. wheee.gif

In case you hadn't figgered out by now I plan to parallel the radiators and mount the MMRS between them both using the front of the case. Now I just have to figure out the length of the standoffs to get the MMRS flush with the sides closest to the MB. biggrin.gif

?: Are you going to make 140 compatible brackets as well?

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Edited by Ceadderman - 10/7/16 at 3:38pm
 
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Stop it BoxGods your new products are making me want to start a new build. Definitely unsubscribing from this thread. smile.gif
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Stop it BoxGods your new products are making me want to start a new build. Definitely unsubscribing from this thread. smile.gif

HOW'S ABOUT DEM GIGANTES? yessir.gif

There now you cannot unsub. biggrin.gif

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Sorry--forgot to mention one of the most obvious things...available in 120mm and 140mm sizes.
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Sorry--forgot to mention one of the most obvious things...available in 120mm and 140mm sizes.

I know you've probably said it somewhere in the thread but I'm too excited to go back and look, ETA to PPCS?
 
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post #3260 of 4492
I see you are talking about tubing and EV2 here. I just wanted to check in with my 2 cents. I have original Monsoon tubing which I find fit best with the yellow O-rings in the EV2 series.


I do also have a piece of Primochill tube that seems unable to fit any of the O-rings, either too big or too small. Well, I don't care since I only use Monsoon tubing with Monsoon fittings. But just wanted to add that in case someone else is going to ask the question smile.gif


At the same time, I can't see why someone would use anything else than Monsoon tubing with their fittings. The tubing has a great price! OK, in Europe it's another story because no store is stocking anything up and are only selling out the few pieces they have left. PPCS seems to be the only store in the whole world that has every Monsoon part :/ Too expensive to ship overseas.


You are doing great work Gene thumb.gif I would just like to see you expand the business a little bit hehe, don't be afraid! You can easily be big as Bitspower or any other brand, you just have to take the move, and we are here with you! smile.gif
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