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those photos look great. cool.gif
post #10282 of 105798
never mind guys, I made my choice as amazon dropped the price on a siverstone case the tj10 which was kinda my first choice anyway because it was the nvidia edition and was 330usd but it is on sale and dropped over 90usd I think and I think and hope I made the right one!!! I never had case that cost over a 100usd even my HAF922 was only 89usd when I got it, I was kinda not easy in the buying of this case because I really was not shore on which way I was headed with it (was I going to redo my main system or build the lan in it) and to tell the truth still not lol but I bought the one I have now and go from there!

Now where do you get modded panels for silverstone lol parts and stuff or is it all just custom? God I hope you guys aren't getting pissed with my questions about this stupid case lol
post #10283 of 105798
ok now I am completely confused as I just got that case and told a friend about it that there was only one left, he went to buy it and just 1 hour late than me the price shot back up has anyone else ever got a deal like that? I am posting the sale price and the regular price is 339.99 frozencpu sells it also at the same price, I got it for this posted price and free shipping so I get it Wednesday at the latest. So did I just get lucky or is this normal?
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Originally Posted by UrbanSmooth;13208613 
I need the three water-cooled GTX 480s (really need three GTX 580s) for Nvidia Surround (triple monitor gaming), though.
"I need my surround setup guys, I can't see my games without it!!!1!"
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Originally Posted by UrbanSmooth;13208522 
As you wish. doh.gif
^This.
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Originally Posted by KrynnTech;13207185 
No just trying to help people from wasting money... that piece itself cost as much as a pump.(not to mention mounting it must be a nightmare) Why not use my way if you want 2 pumps and double your flow while having a redundant pump as well?
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Originally Posted by KrynnTech;13210137 
This is the first time i have seen this product... but i stand by my words.
You gain absolutely NO flow rate increase with a series of pumps. It’s basic Physics...
You need to consider your potential output vs. your actual.
Bragging rights aside, there is no point…
Even with 3 pumps you would only see a potential of 33% gain if you did it my way… (Refer to diagram)
Just so you don't confuse yourself or others with the 'basic physics', your parallel setup will give higher flowrates, but lower the pressure of the loop. Higher head pressure from serial pump setups allows for better flowrates through restrictive blocks/loops which makes it advantageous for most setups. Personally I run a long loop with several blocks and rads, I run two D5's in series, but I space them out in the loop which allows me to have higher flowrate averages through all the blocks. My background is fluid mechanics so I like to mess with that sort of stuff, but for most it doesn't matter. There's no reason to rip people for redudancy and some blocks function better with higher pressure (more restrictive blocks need it) so try not to jump on people... wink.gif
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Originally Posted by badatgames18;13217572 
eek.gifeek.gifeek.gifeek.gifeek.gifeek.gif

what in the world? what do you have in that base? a chiller? or a full phaser?
Pair of 360 rads if I remember correctly, it's all in his build log, with lots of pics biggrin.gif
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If I were gonna use this tubing http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8279/ex-tub-436/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_PRO_LRT_Tubing_716ID_58_OD_with_332_Wall_-_Black.html?tl=g30c99s809 , would these compression fittings work http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11105/ex-tub-699/Bitspower_Ultimate_G_14_Thread_716_ID_x_58_OD_Rotary_Compression_Fitting_BP-RCPF-CC6.html?tl=g30c409s1203, or should I get 1/2" ID? I know 1/2" are recommended for regular barbs, I'm just not sure if that applies to compression fittings.
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Originally Posted by superhead91;13244382 
If I were gonna use this tubing http://www.frozencpu.com/products/8279/ex-tub-436/PrimoChill_PrimoFlex_PRO_LRT_Tubing_716ID_58_OD_with_332_Wall_-_Black.html?tl=g30c99s809 , would these compression fittings work http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11105/ex-tub-699/Bitspower_Ultimate_G_14_Thread_716_ID_x_58_OD_Rotary_Compression_Fitting_BP-RCPF-CC6.html?tl=g30c409s1203, or should I get 1/2" ID? I know 1/2" are recommended for regular barbs, I'm just not sure if that applies to compression fittings.

yes those are the type you need to use for compression fittings, not the 1/2 ones
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Compression fittings work WONDERS for any water cooling build. When you tighten them, make sure to hold on to whatever they are attached to, give it a FIRM grip, and tighten SLOWLY.

It also helps to lubricate the end of the tubing that you're going to slip over the compression fitting neck, so have a small bowl of distilled water nearby.
    
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Compression fittings work WONDERS for any water cooling build. When you tighten them, make sure to hold on to whatever they are attached to, give it a FIRM grip, and tighten SLOWLY.

They look so nice. I can't wait to get my loop set up.
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Remember that the tubing and compression ID and OD need to match exactly, it's not like barbs where you can run 1/16" smaller for a tighter fit, the dimensions need to be the same.
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Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled;13249105 
Remember that the tubing and compression ID and OD need to match exactly, it's not like barbs where you can run 1/16" smaller for a tighter fit, the dimensions need to be the same.

This is what I was wondering. Thanks.
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