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post #1 of 6
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I know that TC PA 120.X rads require a special G 3/8 barb and I have appropriate barbs for those but....

What barbs will fit on EK FC8800 G92 blocks?

How about EK Multioption res rev 2?

EK 780i northbridge block?

EK 680i mosfet block?

Swiftech MCW220 rad?

I believe ALL of those accept G 1/4 correct? If so, I can put DangerDen Fatboys on every single one of those.....right?

TY!
post #2 of 6
Most are G1/4 anymore, just look where you bought them or are going to buy them and it will tell...
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post #3 of 6
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Hehe no quick and dirty info here eh?

Everything specifically says G1/4 on the manufacturers website except for the EK 780i NB block and the EK 680i mosfet block.

Anyone know for sure about those 2?

Worst case scenario my DD FBs dont fit and it takes another 3 days to put the loop together so not a big major issue but it would be nice to know in advance to get prepared as well

Thx again guys.
post #4 of 6
AFAIK EK also uses G 1/4" threads for the barbs.
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post #5 of 6
Those blocks should all be G1/4 but that radiator (depending on when it was made) might not be. It might be NPT 3/8" I believe is what it was (tapered and bigger than 1/4")
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post #6 of 6
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Thx for the info!

MCW 220 is G 1/4 it seems (DD FB fit on it perfectly), and Im waiting on the rest of the items to arrive today or tomorrow to finalized everything and check.

Thx again
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