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(also, check out my lil blue worklog, just updated and have another incoming )
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Has anyone tried one of these yet? I've got one on the way but was just curious. Praying I can get it to work with my EK gpu blocks but if not meh.

http://www.swiftech.com/slicrossfirebridge.aspx
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I did a little bit of research on those, it looks like you need blocks with vertical facing ports. So it might work nicely for your uni blocks,
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Just got my Feser Xchanger 480 installed

Any clue what happend to my water?


My old BIX II on the right. The Feser 480 on the left.


All finished. I didn't feel like modding my case more, so there is a clump of wires under the rad. (Something happened to the white balance in this photo, sorry)


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^^^Did you rinse your Rads before you installed your loop? h2o looks a bit rusty/coppery.

Yeah the Swiftech Crossfire bloks don't look too bad. Put some 90deg fittings in the bottom of the blocks use male/male threaded rotary fittings to connect it up plugs and compressions with 90deg rotaries on top, on the bottom or both, that should be very nice. For me though I would have to do something about that tacky chrome. I'd probably get some Carbon tape and wrap it to give it a different look than what everyone else is doing.

The White wouldn't be too bad with my setup though cause my tubing is White and my comps are Black. It would definitely have that Storm Trooper look goin on. Might have to paint my Radiator White too.

~Ceadder
 
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yea looks like you didn't flush it well
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
^^^Did you rinse your Rads before you installed your loop? h2o looks a bit rusty/coppery.

Yeah the Swiftech Crossfire bloks don't look too bad. Put some 90deg fittings in the bottom of the blocks use male/male threaded rotary fittings to connect it up plugs and compressions with 90deg rotaries on top, on the bottom or both, that should be very nice. For me though I would have to do something about that tacky chrome. I'd probably get some Carbon tape and wrap it to give it a different look than what everyone else is doing.

The White wouldn't be too bad with my setup though cause my tubing is White and my comps are Black. It would definitely have that Storm Trooper look goin on. Might have to paint my Radiator White too.

~Ceadder
Yeah I was going to get the white to go with all my white tubing but I'm prob going to follows wermad's lead and go clear tubing with dye. Will probably be deep blue mayhems so I thought white wouldn't look good at that point. I'm a little worried about the chrome logo as well but I'm thinking about finding some kind of transparent black film or something. Would mimic a black chrome if I can do it right.
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^^^Did you rinse your Rads before you installed your loop? h2o looks a bit rusty/coppery.

~Ceadder
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yea looks like you didn't flush it well
I ran this rad in a loop before that one. I flushed both times with vinegar.
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