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I may end up going water in the next week or so, which puts the Corsair 800 in mind, as well as maybe some Mountain Mods cases....not sure.

I was looking around at jab-tech last night for loop components and I think the most expensive part of going water for me is going to be all the Bitspower Dual Rotary fittings. I've seen a build where a guy used those in excess and limited the amount of tubing he needed. It made for a really clean and professional look which I'm really a fan of. But at $11-14 a piece, my wants don't come cheap.
i have never used those in a single loop.

i wouldnt even say they are that "safe" to use in excess, because with every singe one of those fittings you add 2 possible leak sources keep that in mind mate.

i never cooled a gpu with a waterblock, as i dont overclock my gpu's. but for a cpu / board cooling loop, you will not need a single one of them.

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not sure about dual rotaries, but BP fittings are pure sex and top quality!`
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not sure about dual rotaries, but BP fittings are pure sex and top quality!`
A G R E E D!

i love mine
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A G R E E D!

i love mine
I had some 1/2" barbs from BP on my last custom loop and they were amazing. I'm going with some Compression fittings from BP this time around though, love the look of the Compression Fittings
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Oh, McLaren! How is the new BIOS treating you? Is it worth the reflash?
With the new BIOS, i had to made adjustments to the voltages. I dont think its worth the reflash, ive downgraded the BIOS
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i have never used those in a single loop.

i wouldnt even say they are that "safe" to use in excess, because with every singe one of those fittings you add 2 possible leak sources keep that in mind mate.

i never cooled a gpu with a waterblock, as i dont overclock my gpu's. but for a cpu / board cooling loop, you will not need a single one of them.
They look so damn sexy when used in excess though!
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They look so damn sexy when used in excess though!
Could be years of troubleshooting and fixing circuits.. but I am a firm believer in keeping the number of single points of failure to a minimum!!
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They look so damn sexy when used in excess though!
meh, whatever makes your day mate
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I think i shall take a min and catch up here before i go balistic
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Please say you'll be purchasing a CASE as well body! hahah
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