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post #7811 of 13773
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I have TFC compression fittings, Martin's review says it is extremely close and may scrape on each other. Looking into getting a cpu block and not many support 1/2x3/4.
That's one of the reasons I ran 7/16" compression fittings instead of 1/2". They are large enough as is. Adding to 45deg rotaries would help in tight quarters.
     
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Looks much better with compression fitting vs barbs IMHO.
Along with the black tape on your 24pin power cable
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Along with the black tape on your 24pin power cable
LOL, got me. I hated the multi-coloured wires. My next mod is to sleeve the cables...I thinking all blue or all black...but yeah that tape is pretty ghetto looking.
    
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LOL, got me. I hated the multi-coloured wires. My next mod is to sleeve the cables...I thinking all blue or all black...but yeah that tape is pretty ghetto looking.

Spray paint the wires or sleeve them
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Along with the black tape on your 24pin power cable
Just looked at your black phantom picture log. Looks great...very nice job, very clean. I'm inspired. Perhaps it's time for me to finally get that HAF X along with some sleeving. Only thing I might add to your case is possibly compression fittings vs the screw type hose clamps.
    
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post #7816 of 13773
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you can see it from the sides or where the fittings go on the block.

edit: nm, saw your post in the Water club, you have copper/acetal. You're fine my friend.
That's awesome new. Thanks for looking for me, lol.
post #7817 of 13773
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LOL, got me. I hated the multi-coloured wires. My next mod is to sleeve the cables...I thinking all blue or all black...but yeah that tape is pretty ghetto looking.
Sorry, I couldn't resist.

I previously used compression fittings (XSPC AND EK), but they were REALLY tough to unscrew once the tube was on, so I switched to barbs with clamps to make it easier. One turn of the screw and they're off. I'm not trying to compete with the custom modders (see Phantom Case post #82), and test different components as you can see by the different fans on the radiator. Of course, I switch things around, open my blocks up to check their condition, and get new components often, but if you don't then I guess it doesn't really matter.
Edited by SandShark - 6/8/11 at 5:17pm
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XSPC 5.25 Dual Laing DDC Bay Reservoir w TWO pumps (3.1), what are you guys thoughts on this for 2 rx360 cpu and 2 580's for either a dual or single loop
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post #7819 of 13773
May need to buy a replacement for my RX120, so I'm wondering, would it be worth buying an RX240 instead?

Current details:

1x RS240
1x RX120
Intel Q9650
GTX470

Would an RX240 really be worth it, or will an RX120 suffice?
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That would work, you could use an rx 240 instead of the second 360. Not sure where you would fit a second 360.
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