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The restriction of a knuckle 90 and a sweeping 90 are very different things. The sweeping 90 will have no restriction.
The rigidity will have next to no influence on performance.
Hardlines are for the lazy that want long service intervals and something different,I am in both groups. Because I see so many acrylic loops,I'm considering going back to copper...

Or CF tube.....
I respect that opinion. The copper loops I've seen are pretty damn impressive. Now, CF would be awesome to see.
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post #66882 of 107779
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Yeah that's what I was thinking as well. The lowest profile possible would help as well.

Yeah the Barrows are plain (and cheap) but not quite low profile. Thicker than BPs etc.
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I took my server out for a quick drive this evening. rolleyes.gif

lol…what…why? Though this begs a philosophical question...

If an ESXi box is in a field and there is no one around…does it still host VMs?
Edited by wrigleyvillain - 5/2/14 at 7:37am
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lol…what…why? Though this begs a philosophical question...

If an ESXi box is in a field and there is no one around…does it still host VMs?

Only if the power cord is long enough smile.gif
post #66884 of 107779
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Only if the power cord is long enough smile.gif

Maybe doable with a portable power generator and a satellite. Lol
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lol…what…why? Though this begs a philosophical question...

If an ESXi box is in a field and there is no one around…does it still host VMs?

For fun tongue.gif

And I actually have not installed any VMs on it yet so the answer is likely no. redface.gif
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Heh that was a whole lot of sweet high tech surrounded by a bunch of kinda bland low! Interesting shot. smile.gif

Looks nice and quiet out there in AB too though.
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some pics of my next build Icy Blue Angel II

for this one, I choose to go with Bitspower blocks, seriously, I like it a lot more than supremacy, different from EK and XSPC, in real life this block is really amazing

just waiting for ram and GPU block to see if I keep the frost or if I will polish it













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Something just moved in my pants.
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Plain matte black plugs might not stick out so much.

Yeah that's what I was thinking as well. The lowest profile possible would help as well.

Or possibly you could just fabricate a simple shield that snaps over the top of it. If you are really looking for some nice work maybe get one of these modders to build you a sweet facade with led lit cutout of something that snaps over the top. For a more simple look, a peice of sheet metal with some sort of clip and painted, would make it really clean looking.
post #66890 of 107779
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some pics of my next build Icy Blue Angel II

for this one, I choose to go with Bitspower blocks, seriously, I like it a lot more than supremacy, different from EK and XSPC, in real life this block is really amazing

just waiting for ram and GPU block to see if I keep the frost or if I will polish it
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Hey Snef.

There is something I would love to see you try: Frosted look on all acrylic parts (water-blocks, pump-top, res, tubes, ...)

Since you're going for an Icy theme, frosted could turn out pretty bad ass. Maybe with some etching work or something similar to play with how the lighting affects the components?
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