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post #8381 of 106453
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Originally Posted by CP2;12494235 
It only looks like one. LOL. I made sure there weren't any. Even though it isn't the optimal looking setup. I have a few 90 fittings coming in to remedy some of the long tube necessity.

You have a bay res?
post #8382 of 106453
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Originally Posted by CH4PZ;12492242 
you should be more than fine with 2 *Cough* overkill*Cough* lol

After Playing Crysis and Metro at max, I Noticed at 2560x1600 it takes abit of time (Like 1-2 Secs) to load the textures to max detail with my one gtx580 and my card is at 100%fan(which in afterburner is 80%). so i thought with second it will be able to play the games smoother and easier, so i dont know how its "Overkill"
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post #8383 of 106453
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Originally Posted by wermad;12497018 
You have a bay res?

Yup, the dual bay res/pump that comes with the XSPC RX360 kit. It actually works pretty good as far as i can tell so far. Res/Pump-->rad-->CPU-->rad-->GPU1-->GPU2-->res/pump
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post #8384 of 106453
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Originally Posted by CP2;12497065 
Yup, the dual bay res/pump that comes with the XSPC RX360 kit. It actually works pretty good as far as i can tell so far. Res/Pump-->rad-->CPU-->rad-->GPU1-->GPU2-->res/pump

I'm using 1/2x3/4 primo tube. Just use a bit of tube w/ a subtle bend to avoid kinking w/ either a too long or too short piece tube.

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post #8385 of 106453
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Originally Posted by wermad;12497121 
I'm using 1/2x3/4 primo tube. Just use a bit of tube w/ a subtle bend to avoid kinking w/ either a too long or too short piece tube.

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Yeah, I had to use a little more tube than I wanted to prevent from kinking.
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post #8386 of 106453
Could always use anti-kink coils.
post #8387 of 106453
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Originally Posted by mbudden;12497399 
Could always use anti-kink coils.

This is true, but I simply dislike the way they look. I'm not doubting their functionality though.
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post #8388 of 106453
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Originally Posted by mbudden;12497399 
Could always use anti-kink coils.

No thanks
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Originally Posted by CP2;12499754 
This is true, but I simply dislike the way they look. I'm not doubting their functionality though.

They look bad and also are really the suck, they harden over time and if you ever have to change the setup the coils and tubing is worthless for the second go around.

I recommend fittings just setting it up in a way to prevent kinks.
post #8389 of 106453
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Originally Posted by CP2;12499754 
This is true, but I simply dislike the way they look. I'm not doubting their functionality though.

Clear ones.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=400&products_id=22838

Problem solved. wink.gif
post #8390 of 106453
no coils for me, tried em, don't like em wink.gif
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