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Sorry about my ran on Teflon tape as I did not fully understand the kit involved

Regardless, it's a good lesson nonetheless
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Woah mothow , that is scary to the max. I've never had any block/pump combo. I guess I've been pretty uninterested in the Swiftech rig and I haven't paid much attention to it . I was just a little hesitant about putting anything vibrating on my CPU like a pump. I figured Swiftech knew what they were doing and I've pretty much always used Swiftech for my DIY's. When I answered the poll question about the H2O 220/120 I figured it was a good product after you made sure the screws were tight.

As I stated above I don't have the H20 220 or anything close. With my living enviornment and window placements I have 2x external MCP220's, with 2x MCP350's and Yate Loon high speed fans under a fan controller separate from my boxen (through non restrictive, non leaking quick disconnects, I've noticed NO temp variences). All I have to do is make sure the tubes and block seals don't leak inside my boxen.

DCing for the CURE
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post #33 of 33
Thats why you build your own system

And this is why i use these :



No leaks....like ever
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