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Why ?

Although it might be cheaper you'll get hit with broker fees on top of customs which will cost you wayyyy more - just to give you an idea, i got charged $55 in broker fees on a $150 order.

Wow ... That sucks ... I am being charged just over $114 for shipping with USPS

I hope I won't have to use fedex cause then I will be charged $350 just for shipping

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Wow ... That sucks ... I am being charged just over $114 for shipping with USPS
I hope I won't have to use fedex cause then I will be charged $350 just for shipping
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USPS is the way to go - the only fee you might see are your countries custom taxes, unless frozencpu has already incorporated them into the shipping fee
post #26663 of 105800
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This is technically a repost but I changed parts ...
so ... Am I missing anything ...

You will also need barbed or compression fittings.Also you could save some money by buying rx120 instead of mosta 120,although the monsta must me better(ut60 is slightly better than rx so monsta will have better temps)...
Edited by johnko1 - 9/4/12 at 10:07am
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I just realized I ordered 6 compression fittings 2 little ... Luckily I haven't placed the order yet ...

Would I need aditional barbs even with 12 compression fittings (2 per component: cpu block, gpu block, 180.2, 120mm, res, pump)

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post #26665 of 105800
Long time no post, here's the current stuff crammed into an Antec200. MCR220, MCP350 with res-top, tygon tubing, MCW80 uni GPU block, (OLLLLD) apogee GT cpu block. Excuse my wiring, I was rushing to get it in this case in an afternoon...redface.gif


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I just realized I ordered 6 compression fittings 2 little ... Luckily I haven't placed the order yet ...
Would I need aditional barbs even with 12 compression fittings (2 per component: cpu block, gpu block, 180.2, 120mm, res, pump)
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It's been my personal experience that it's always good to have a few extra barbs and/or compression fittings. You never know when you may want to add something to your loop or have a problem with one of the fittings. Especially with the shipping costs you are having to endure - I would make sure I ordered a few extra now, rather than pay another $100 for $10-20 worth of parts. Just my opinion thumb.gif
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One of my Supreme HF's screws is stripped so I can't open it to clean it and I don't seem to have any tool capable of cutting a notch in it's head and using a flat screw driver to take it out and put it back in. So I'm just going to let it sit in soapy water over night as I did with the rads (which I also cleaned after with a toothbrush). It's a full copper block wouldn't dish detergent do it any harm ?
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Hey, look! Lifehacker is doin' it too tongue.gif

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re:motokill36; OMG rig with soft copper tubing!
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^^^^my expression^^^^

You and me both. Sleeved tubing ?!
 
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One of my Supreme HF's screws is ****ed so I can't open it to clean it and I don't seem to have any tool capable of cutting a notch in it's head and using a flat screw driver to take it out and put it back in. So I'm just going to let it sit in soapy water over night as I did with the rads (which I also cleaned after with a toothbrush). It's a full copper block wouldn't dish detergent do it any harm ?
put the block on a hard surface and secure it so it doesnt move.. find your best screwdriver and lightly tap with hammer while turning if this is possible for you..
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