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Originally Posted by TheCautiousOne View Post

I could imagine due to the glass being... well... Glass you know? That is an interesting reason. Though I am not sure that glass would be worth using just for that effect of the tubing. thinking.gif

WHat are your thoughts on glass tubing in a build?

TCO

My thoughts should not be made public until I put out a review later this week tongue.gif

I'll leave you with this though biggrin.gif
A pair of Push In style fittings holding over 10 PSI on glass tube

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Quote:
Originally Posted by TheCautiousOne View Post

I could imagine due to the glass being... well... Glass you know? That is an interesting reason. Though I am not sure that glass would be worth using just for that effect of the tubing. thinking.gif

WHat are your thoughts on glass tubing in a build?

TCO

My thoughts should not be made public until I put out a review later this week tongue.gif

I'll leave you with this though biggrin.gif
A pair of Push In style fittings holding over 10 PSI on glass tube


Nothing new there tho,I can and have tested up to 20Psi on acrylic and copper and it held.
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Nothing new there tho,I can and have tested up to 20Psi on acrylic and copper and it held.
Jeez B, Mates and all but sometimes I feel like your negative blood type permeates into your comments. and goes unchecked, not today.
New or not, it's an easy performance test for fitting/tube compatibility so I reckon the picture is relevant for a "new" tube type to be shown.
Sure without a comparison the PSI number X type fitting might be meaningless, but we know that 10 PSI is more than adequate for leak testing components.
To clarify the fittings pictured are EK-HD Adapter 10/12mm thumb.gif
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Guys, I'm having a problem with my pump rpm. Whenever I turn off my pc and then start it back up, the pump goes from ~1000rpm when on to 0 rpm when I start the system, even though the dial on the fan controller it's plugged into is turned to the 1000rpm range. I plugged the pump"s 3 pin power connector into the CPU header on the motherboard, and now I don't have to worry about the pump being off when I power the system on, but the pump is running at 1300rpm, and it's kinda loud. I tried messing with the fan settings but it's still loud, what can I do? Pump is EK DCP 2.2.
post #92085 of 107116
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Guys, I'm having a problem with my pump rpm. Whenever I turn off my pc and then start it back up, the pump goes from ~1000rpm when on to 0 rpm when I start the system, even though the dial on the fan controller it's plugged into is turned to the 1000rpm range. I plugged the pump"s 3 pin power connector into the CPU header on the motherboard, and now I don't have to worry about the pump being off when I power the system on, but the pump is running at 1300rpm, and it's kinda loud. I tried messing with the fan settings but it's still loud, what can I do? Pump is EK DCP 2.2.

I think the problem you may be having is the bay res vibration from the pump. I'm using the EK-XRES DCP2.2 in my sig rig and I have never heard the pump at all, even with all the fans off and the case closed. Bay reservoirs have a tendency to be noisier, so you may want to find a way to dampen that somehow. Also, imo i would run that pump full speed all the time. It is the weakest of the water cooling pumps so having constant good flow is important.
 
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Nothing new there tho,I can and have tested up to 20Psi on acrylic and copper and it held.
Jeez B, Mates and all but sometimes I feel like your negative blood type permeates into your comments. and goes unchecked, not today.
New or not, it's an easy performance test for fitting/tube compatibility so I reckon the picture is relevant for a "new" tube type to be shown.
Sure without a comparison the PSI number X type fitting might be meaningless, but we know that 10 PSI is more than adequate for leak testing components.
To clarify the fittings pictured are EK-HD Adapter 10/12mm thumb.gif

I didnt realise it was a negative,your comment made it sound like 10 psi was significant somwhow when its a given for tube strength.
It makes more sense when you added the context of fitting security which was lacking from your initial post.

No need to be so quick in assuming that im being negative.
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post #92087 of 107116
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

I didnt realise it was a negative,your comment made it sound like 10 psi was significant somwhow when its a given for tube strength.
It makes more sense when you added the context of fitting security which was lacking from your initial post.

No need to be so quick in assuming that im being negative.

All's good thumb.gif
My bicycle pump packed it in trying to force more pressure into this piece of Crystal Link and these EK-HDC fittings.
Couldn't pop the fitting or tube tongue.gif
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It kindof is new really. Sure we have seen hard tube fittings hold pressure before but I'm still interested in seeing whether the glass tube provides more or less friction for the orings that grip and seal the tubing.
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It kindof is new really. Sure we have seen hard tube fittings hold pressure before but I'm still interested in seeing whether the glass tube provides more or less friction for the orings that grip and seal the tubing.

Agreed.
I wouldn't recommend silicone lube for glass,from my last experiments and working with Micks tube,its not needed.
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post #92090 of 107116
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It kindof is new really. Sure we have seen hard tube fittings hold pressure before but I'm still interested in seeing whether the glass tube provides more or less friction for the orings that grip and seal the tubing.


You'd need a lot more than the pressures shown to find the release point.

10 psi only exerts 1.25 pounds of force pushing the capped end off and it's a linear relationship, psi to force.


Now that we have glass tubing, how long will it be before we have some bizarre chem lab apparatus being used for reservoirs . . . biggrin.gif

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