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That would make sense. Phobya makes very few things them selves. I think the only thing they truly manufacture them selves are those ugly arsed blocks they make.

In other news. This Stepping bit cuts through CaseLabs Aluminum like hot knife threw butter!

orly? Might need to invest in one as I think I will be making several holes in my case for pass thrus
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That would make sense. Phobya makes very few things them selves. I think the only thing they truly manufacture them selves are those ugly arsed blocks they make.

In other news. This Stepping bit cuts through CaseLabs Aluminum like hot knife threw butter!


How's the pc finish? Not sure if it flakes more on matte finish (vs gloss).
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Aluminum can easily be drilled, filled, cut and sanded. Even the thicker stuff. I try to buy aluminum cases whenever possible because of it. Modding steel is such a pain in the rear compared to aluminum.
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orly? Might need to invest in one as I think I will be making several holes in my case for pass thrus

I went with This A bit pricey, but I wanted to make sure I had a semi-decent product for the application.
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How's the pc finish? Not sure if it flakes more on matte finish (vs gloss).

No issues what so ever. Iv'e already sealed up the first hole, will link a picture of how clean it is tomorrow. I have three more to make. I'm also attempting to trim down the pedestal hole cover plate, but I think i'm going to need to just take it over to a machine shop, so that I know it's perfect.
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I bought a pack of them unibits. They're gonna be pricey no matter where you look, but they'll last a long time if used properly.
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I bought a pack of them unibits. They're gonna be pricey no matter where you look, but they'll last a long time if used properly.

Yap, I hit it with lube & only did a few steps @ a time.
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$2.30 a piece. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaay more secure than any of the rigid line fittings too. I'm fairly certain that it could hold my body weight if I were to hang on one.



These fittings look awesome and are very secure to work with. They are the same rebranded ones as the aquatuning site.
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I bought the inexpensive kits at harborfreight and the time I used it on my TH10, it swayed a bit. Looks like they're just at the end of their life. Good thing I was cutting cable pass-throughs so it wasn't a big deal at all.

Might have to get a new kit smile.gif
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I bought the inexpensive kits at harborfreight and the time I used it on my TH10, it swayed a bit. Looks like they're just at the end of their life. Good thing I was cutting cable pass-throughs so it wasn't a big deal at all.

Might have to get a new kit smile.gif

I was going to attempt to come out of the back panel into the res, but it doesn't look like i'll be able to do that unless I leave the top back panel off, which isn't an option. SO! I have to tear out the top two rads tomorrow to make two holes. One from the mobo to the top rads, then one down into the reservoir into the pump. The main cut/run i'm worried about is from the pump into the basement, as it is on a seem between the 120.1 cover & the chassis. I was thinking about stashing the pump in the basement, but i'm already low on space due to running 2X PSUs on the back side (instead of side to side).
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Pneumatic push fittings are cheap as all getout.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_997_1200&products_id=33853

$2.30 a piece. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaay more secure than any of the rigid line fittings too. I'm fairly certain that it could hold my body weight if I were to hang on one.

I think they look quite lovely:



I use them...a lot.
they are like a pitbull with a dead rabbit in their teeth. Take a brave man to take the rabbit.......

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Pneumatic push fittings are cheap as all getout.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_997_1200&products_id=33853

$2.30 a piece. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaay more secure than any of the rigid line fittings too. I'm fairly certain that it could hold my body weight if I were to hang on one.

I think they look quite lovely: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


It's just too bad they are made by Phobya.

They are in a Phobya baggie but they are not Phobya made. Luckily AquaT sold them as generic OEM when I got them. The Phobya tie-in is a recent development.

My only complaint is the threads are massively long
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