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Well after god knows how many hours last night working out the 480 wasn't seated in the PCI-E properly... *sigh*

Before the new tubing and compressions:







And After:




And one with lighting for luck:

    
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Looks good!
 
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Are those fittings the 45 degree dual rotary ones? If so, any leak issues?
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Are those fittings the 45 degree dual rotary ones? If so, any leak issues?
Single rotary, I was aware of the possibility of leaks, so I have tried not to put any stress on them.


I have noticed a slight drop in fluid level on the other hand

(about 50ml)

But for now I'm hoping that's just air coming out of the radiator, I could hear some in there for a little while and there's no dampness on any of the fittings.
    
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Single rotary, I was aware of the possibility of leaks, so I have tried not to put any stress on them.


I have noticed a slight drop in fluid level on the other hand

(about 50ml)

But for now I'm hoping that's just air coming out of the radiator, I could hear some in there for a little while and there's no dampness on any of the fittings.
So they're not these ones?

http://www.jab-tech.com/Bitspower-G1...5-pr-4704.html

They sure look the same. Can you link yours? Honestly I can't tell what's dual rotary about this fitting I linked, it looks like it rotates only at the base axis.
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So they're not these ones?

http://www.jab-tech.com/Bitspower-G1...5-pr-4704.html

They sure look the same. Can you link yours? Honestly I can't tell what's dual rotary about this fitting I linked, it looks like it rotates only at the base axis.
They're Phobya:

Where I bought them from
http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_...ck-nickel.html


Not much on the Phobya site though:
http://www.phobya.com/en/product_cat...nschluesse.php


I think the picture you have there of the bitspower is at a bad angle, check this out:

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/Bi...lack_1781.html

I think it's one of those with a compression fitting on, so it's actually 2 45degree rotaries.
    
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