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Mother of god ive had a bad night. Got new right angle fittings and some elbows so i could route my tubing a different way. ...........The fittings just leaked like crazy it took forever to set things up the way i had it. Was having trouble getting the fluid out of my tubing. Finally got everything setup. Luckily i had bought some backup tubing just in case. Turns out they were supposed to send o-rings. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/79...l=g30c407s1030

Threading: G 1/4"
Barb: 1/2" ID Tubing
Material: Polypropylene
Included: Rubber O-Ring


I used the orings from the barbs that come with the kit and they didnt work at all. I am pretty pissed for whatever reason but i guess its my fault for not looking into the o-ring issue more.

On the plus side, while at best buy last night I found a 800 watt corsair power supply marked at 72.99. It was cheaper than the 600 watt models they had on display i was very happy.
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post #1652 of 13773
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Originally Posted by taftmcintosh View Post
Mother of god ive had a bad night. Got new right angle fittings and some elbows so i could route my tubing a different way. ...........The fittings just leaked like crazy it took forever to set things up the way i had it. Was having trouble getting the fluid out of my tubing. Finally got everything setup. Luckily i had bought some backup tubing just in case. Turns out they were supposed to send o-rings. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/79...l=g30c407s1030

Threading: G 1/4"
Barb: 1/2" ID Tubing
Material: Polypropylene
Included: Rubber O-Ring


I used the orings from the barbs that come with the kit and they didnt work at all. I am pretty pissed for whatever reason but i guess its my fault for not looking into the o-ring issue more.

On the plus side, while at best buy last night I found a 800 watt corsair power supply marked at 72.99. It was cheaper than the 600 watt models they had on display i was very happy.
wow a corsair unit at BB?

Nice find
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post #1653 of 13773
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Mother of god ive had a bad night. Got new right angle fittings and some elbows so i could route my tubing a different way. ...........The fittings just leaked like crazy it took forever to set things up the way i had it. Was having trouble getting the fluid out of my tubing. Finally got everything setup. Luckily i had bought some backup tubing just in case. Turns out they were supposed to send o-rings. http://www.frozencpu.com/products/79...l=g30c407s1030

Threading: G 1/4"
Barb: 1/2" ID Tubing
Material: Polypropylene
Included: Rubber O-Ring


I used the orings from the barbs that come with the kit and they didnt work at all. I am pretty pissed for whatever reason but i guess its my fault for not looking into the o-ring issue more.

On the plus side, while at best buy last night I found a 800 watt corsair power supply marked at 72.99. It was cheaper than the 600 watt models they had on display i was very happy.
good god!!! stay away from those, I had them, the threads are TOO long and they also caused a lot of leaks for my first wc setup, get some metal fittings.
post #1654 of 13773
Add me, I have a Rasa 750













I'm going to be moving the rad to the inside top of my case here in the next few months when I take it apart for cleaning. I am also going to swap out the original barbs and tubing with new 1/2" ID 3/4" or 5/8" OD tubing and compression fittings.


For anyone looking into theses kits, buy one without hesitation.

It brought my i7 930 @ 4.0GHz load temps running 20 passes of LinX at 25000 problem size down from 97, 96, 92, 89 (C) on a Thermalright TRUE 120 to 86, 84, 79, 78 (C).
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good god!!! stay away from those, I had them, the threads are TOO long and they also caused a lot of leaks for my first wc setup, get some metal fittings.
I wont make that mistake again the threads were insanely long you are right. Not sure how the radiator would be picking up fluid with them installed anyways. I am still curious about the o rings they would have sent with the kit. But luckily those fittings were only a few bucks. I did waste tons of tubing though .
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I wont make that mistake again the threads were insanely long you are right. Not sure how the radiator would be picking up fluid with them installed anyways. I am still curious about the o rings they would have sent with the kit. But luckily those fittings were only a few bucks. I did waste tons of tubing though .
don't feel too bad, I had a big leak when I used one of those on the outlet of my old pump .

My best advised, avoid using angled fittings as best as possible. if you must try 45° fittings they are less restrictive than 90° fittings. check out sidewinder, they have a four pack of 45° for $15, try using no angled fittings first, if you must, try one 45°+ a barb, if not, try two 45° for a 90° setup and add a barb.

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/fero45g14th1.html
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Those would have worked well, thanks for the link, ill put some thought into using those in the future.
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lol i really gota stop messing with stuff once i get it working trying to make it better lol. Now my temps are worse but i got air in my lines now i guess where they were all out befor. Tho i did clean it up some the wires are probly as good as they ever gonna get unless i buy stuff to try to hide them.
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lol i really gota stop messing with stuff once i get it working trying to make it better lol. Now my temps are worse but i got air in my lines now i guess where they were all out befor. Tho i did clean it up some the wires are probly as good as they ever gonna get unless i buy stuff to try to hide them.
Can you tell the difference with the MX-4? I used the MX-4 instead of the stuff that came with the kit but don't really have anything to compare it to. I think there is three tubes that came with it lol.

I'm running LinX 25,000 problems at 4.1Ghz and it is maxing at 60C at the moment.
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the stuff kit came with sucked and as5 and icd didnt fare to well either the best stuff so far was the little bit of shin-etsu cheaper paste. I orderd me some shin-etsu x23 tho on skin labs it was shown to be 2nd best for water blocks.
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