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post #11 of 16
Aye my mate who's sponsrrd by xspc had one of those water chiller resovouirs sent to him although he's not yet used it

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post #12 of 16
basicly, buying any modern product that is high quality and you have a 99% chance of getting pure copper.

almost all products have something in the description saying they are pure copper.

If you want the rasa kit, all you need to do it go buy one of the kits, depending on the size of rad you want. and then you can buy tubing if you want to colored tubing. Don't ever use dye to color the water.

Once you have the kit, and optional tubing. then you buy either some PTnuke or any copper sulfate biocide, and some distilled water from your local grocery store.

In case there was some confusion. The kit does come with tubing, but it is just clear. So if you want colored tubing you have to buy it. 8feet of tubing is more then enough for a noob water cooler. Feser sells 2.5meter retail tubing packages. they are like 25 dollars.
post #13 of 16
I wouldn't get Feser tubing, they don't even offer 7/16" ID. I would get 8 feet of Primochill LRT 7/16" ID 5/8" OD Tubing. It's cheaper and will allow you to run clampless, giving your loop that clean look.
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clampless??!?! not I sir, I would rather be safe than pretty.
    
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post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
I wouldn't get Feser tubing, they don't even offer 7/16" ID. I would get 8 feet of Primochill LRT 7/16" ID 5/8" OD Tubing. It's cheaper and will allow you to run clampless, giving your loop that clean look.
Well I was just giving an example of tubing for him. I know both feser and primochill are good brands. I have feser UV blue tubing and I like it. But yes they don't offer 7/16.

OP, if there is anybody you can rely on giving good info it would be charlie. He is a great guy in the water cooling community.
post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by Jonesey I7 View Post
clampless??!?! not I sir, I would rather be safe than pretty.
You can use 1/2in clamps on 7/16in tubing when you have it on 1/2in barbs.
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