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Originally Posted by Kahbrohn View Post
Ok... what did you do? Just the screws and a washer through the mobo holes?

Come on... don't say it's that simple!!!!
Here I found it:
it comes with 4 long screws with nuts and plastic washers,i have some small metal washers i used to,
screws go thru the back of mobo and this is how i did it:screw>metal washer>plastic washer>put thru mobo>plastic washer>metal washer>nut.
then the waterblock slids over the 4 screws,then i used another metal washer>plastic washer>spring>finger nut.
when tightening down waterblock turn all finger nuts equally.
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post #4632 of 13773
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Originally Posted by AMOCO View Post
Here I found it:
it comes with 4 long screws with nuts and plastic washers,i have some small metal washers i used to,
screws go thru the back of mobo and this is how i did it:screw>metal washer>plastic washer>put thru mobo>plastic washer>metal washer>nut.
then the waterblock slids over the 4 screws,then i used another metal washer>plastic washer>spring>finger nut.
when tightening down waterblock turn all finger nuts equally.
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You enjoyed that, didn't you!?! (J/K)

Yeah... that's a definite way as well. May give it a try next build. I would say that as long as the pressure is maintained equally on all finger nuts, there should be no issues with pressure directly on the mobo holes and such.
post #4633 of 13773
Question guys...

I am getting new tubing for my loop. Gonna go with the Primoflex Red. Am thinking on changing the fittings to compression. Since I have never used compression I am wondering what size do I get them?

The ID of the tubing is 7/16" and the OD is 5/8". Present fitting I use are stock 1/2".
post #4634 of 13773
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Question guys...

I am getting new tubing for my loop. Gonna go with the Primoflex Red. Am thinking on changing the fittings to compression. Since I have never used compression I am wondering what size do I get them?

The ID of the tubing is 7/16" and the OD is 5/8". Present fitting I use are stock 1/2".

The barb of the compression fitting must match your ID and the ring portion must match the OD of the tubing.

So this is an example of what you need:
http://jab-tech.com/Bitspower-True-S...6-pr-4401.html
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The barb of the compression fitting must match your ID and the ring portion must match the OD of the tubing.

So this is an example of what you need:
http://jab-tech.com/Bitspower-True-S...6-pr-4401.html
Thanks... That was what I was thinking about.
post #4636 of 13773
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Thanks... That was what I was thinking about.
Go to the OP, go to the FAQ and click the link in the last question.
VERY useful information about compression fittings and the lot.
Worth a watch IMO.
post #4637 of 13773
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Originally Posted by mbudden View Post
Go to the OP, go to the FAQ and click the link in the last question.
VERY useful information about compression fittings and the lot.
Worth a watch IMO.
Gahhhhh.... Forgot ALL about the newly created FAQ!

Thanks man!!!
post #4638 of 13773
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Gahhhhh.... Forgot ALL about the newly created FAQ!

Thanks man!!!
I learned some stuff myself by creating it. I'm sure people will benefit from it also. That last link I told you about has 3 videos. Some are long but VERY informative. So sit back and enjoy the new wealth of knowledge.
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I learned some stuff myself by creating it. I'm sure people will benefit from it also. That last link I told you about has 3 videos. Some are long but VERY informative. So sit back and enjoy the new wealth of knowledge.
Already watched the one on the tubing and fittings... answered ALL my questions... getting 2 straight fittings and two 45 degree fittings. I can do without the compression fittings... for now.

PEOPLE... Before you ask anything I suggest, no, HIGHLY RECOMMEND you visit the FAQ section of the OP. I bet you that 7 out of 10 times, you will find your answer there and have no need of posting it here and then having to wait!!! I could have saved myself about two hours and have placed my order already...

Work went into it to make your life easier...

I should have remembered it sooner!
post #4640 of 13773
I so wanna get the rasa kit.
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