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Holy smoke that is some thick tubing you've got there. What's the OD of that?

Looks like ZMT, so probably 5/8" (technically 15.9mm, I think). I've got the same stuff in my Hadron build. It's pretty chunky stuff.
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post #12812 of 13181
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Holy smoke that is some thick tubing you've got there. What's the OD of that?

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Originally Posted by timerwin63 View Post

Looks like ZMT, so probably 5/8" (technically 15.9mm, I think). I've got the same stuff in my Hadron build. It's pretty chunky stuff.

What would be the upside of using tubing that thick ? Higher flowrate and/or less restriction ?
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What would be the upside of using tubing that thick ? Higher flowrate and/or less restriction ?

Well ZMT is 3/8" ID, 5/8" OD. It's extremely malleable because of the thick wall (and partially because it's EDPM instead of PVC) and bends like crazy. It also looks amazing, IMO. I'll get some pictures of my rig when I get home later if you'd like (around 8 or 9 EST, I'd think).
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Well ZMT is 3/8" ID, 5/8" OD. It's extremely malleable because of the thick wall (and partially because it's EDPM instead of PVC) and bends like crazy. It also looks amazing, IMO. I'll get some pictures of my rig when I get home later if you'd like (around 8 or 9 EST, I'd think).

Ah, gotcha. Do ya, if you can. Cheers
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post #12815 of 13181
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Holy smokes kg wayne that is some thick tubing you've got there. What's the OD of that?

heheeee that is soooo what she said



Anyways the tubing is 1/2" iFreilicht though lol - ZMT yeah & I think 3/4 outerwall. ..

It is very nice stuff just dont order any 'warehouse deals' fittings from amazonwarehouse whatever you do , got the monsoons listed as openbox and were used terribly had to order two to replace ones with broken threads out the set - You might get a box of tubing that isn't even a full run but cut into chunks and odd lengths how they 'do things' over there in the warehouse neck of the woods ugh
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This is my 3rd home built computer and it has MSI 980Ti, i7 6700k, 16GB of DDR4 2800 ram, 2TB SSD, 3TB HDD, and a 2TB SSD. The Motherboard is a Gigabyte z170n Gaming 5 Motherboard with AC wifi!
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post #12817 of 13181
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Asus Gene
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Hex Gear R40

Update-
6850k
1080x2 & HB Bridge
EVGA Micro 2
Custom sleeved cables
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Fire Stike Extreme run- http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9348885


Still needs to be cleaned up so don't judge too much-

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Finally finished my rig. Still a lot of work to be done (ie. Cable clean up/management, addition of more lighting to name just a couple). This is my first ever attempt at any king of watercooling so forgive if the bends are a bit off in places. I will probably come back in and replace them when I drain and replace the fluid next. For now I just really want to get gaming biggrin.gif







Specs:
Intel i7-6700k
Asus Maximus VIII Impact
MSI 6G GTX 980Ti
EK Monoblock and Acetal GPU Block
EK Elite DDC Pump
EK HD Fittings and 12mm PETG Tubing
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I am playing on a Samsung 2560x1440 monitor at 60Hz and am planning to nab an ultrawide monitor in the near future (when the come down a bit in price....)

Also can anyone reccomend some decent UV LEDs? Preferably with pwm power...
So pumped to finally have it assembled and working!
post #12819 of 13181
Great job for your first time! Congrats on the new build
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post #12820 of 13181
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Great job for your first time! Congrats on the new build

Thank you fella! Not as clean looking as yours but I am super happy I made the jump to a fully custom loop. Jelly of your monitor too!
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