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Hopefully green tubing.
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Is that green dye or green tubing?
its green primochill tubing...man only used die once, and will never again!
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its green primochill tubing...man only used die once, and will never again!
I thought it was tubing, but couldn't tell completely.

I wish I would have gotten tubing that is seethrough. But mine is just really dark blue.
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I thought it was tubing, but couldn't tell completely.

I wish I would have gotten tubing that is seethrough. But mine is just really dark blue.
ahh yeh i thought bout opaque tubing, pleased i went with clear, looks nice, and makes draining/filling/bleeding a lil easier.

nice loop btw, is that a 360 yah?
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ahh yeh i thought bout opaque tubing, pleased i went with clear, looks nice, and makes draining/filling/bleeding a lil easier.

nice loop btw, is that a 360 yah?
yep, the XSPC Rasa RS360 kit. Plus feser UV blue tubing. I have yet to get UV lights to make the tubes glow, not in a hurry because i don't have a window.
post #7516 of 107129
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hey, i have been water cooling for 6 months and lurking this thread for way too long. was cpu only loop, up until today, and now got my evga 470 on water and loving it. cpu temps 20-24C and gpu is 28-30C idle with ambient of 18C and under load cpu hits 32C and GPU 39C

let me know what you think and any places i could improve my build, any suggestions for the bottom rad to res/punp in 5.25 bay would be good as its a bit lanky looking right now

Lovely to see a green and black CM 690 II I really love that black and green cable on the right of the picture too. What is it?! Would love sleeving like that for my build!
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when I sleeve I put the wire back in the connector right after I finish sleeving each individual wire that way it doesn't get confused. Can you link the rig ur talking about? I'd like to take a look. There is no wire management in anything mountain mods. You have to just tuck it and cover it up. It takes a long time. Try getting some sound dampening material. it allows you to run fan cables under the material to places it would normally look nasty to have cables.
Sorry, ment the 2010 Dream Machine version, not 2001

http://www.mountainmods.com/computer...-c-21_112.html
    
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Why do waterblock companys make waterblocks for p55 boards?
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Why do waterblock companys make waterblocks for p55 boards?
because some people want them...
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