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FrozenCPU came through and sent me brand new replacement EK blocks. These Acetal/Copper blocks will match my R4BE blocks perfectly.





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I've had that happen to me a few times on Facebook and my builds aren't even that awesome. Tom's Hardware at least gave me credit. The other people didn't. One guy was using it on his own page as an advertisement as something he could build for potential clients. Yeah, he got flamed. I'm kind of immature and have a short fuse, lol.
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I've had that happen to me a few times on Facebook and my builds aren't even that awesome. Tom's Hardware at least gave me credit. The other people didn't. One guy was using it on his own page as an advertisement as something he could build for potential clients. Yeah, he got flamed. I'm kind of immature and have a short fuse, lol.

Know those feels lol. I found my old Switch 810 being used on a website advertising PC services once. And I've even seen my old 600T being used on YouTube as a couple of people's avatar. SMH
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Would I run into problems if I decided to use these:


With this, in the 1/2" flavor (12,7mm ID and 15,875mm OD)?:


Surely the difference in OD to 16mm is quite negligible in this case?
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Would I run into problems if I decided to use these:


With this, in the 1/2" flavor (12,7mm ID and 15,875mm OD)?:


Surely the difference in OD to 16mm is quite negligible in this case?


Yes, you'll run into issues. I tried and it you can't mix-n-match imperial and metric sizes.I actually tried this w/ acrylic. It doesn't hold under pressure and slowly leaks.


You'll need to find metric copper/acrylic to make it work w/ the EK hard metric fittings.
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Would I run into problems if I decided to use these:


With this, in the 1/2" flavor (12,7mm ID and 15,875mm OD)?:


Surely the difference in OD to 16mm is quite negligible in this case?

I ran a copper 5/8 OD SLI link with EK 16mm fittings and it held up ok. It's not recommended, but it should work ok. Just make sure you leak test and carefully inspect the fittings.
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They got 140mm versions as well upto 560mm.
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2200w of cooling on the 480 rad. I want one but I would rather keep all monstas in the sth10.
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