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Now that I grabbed your attention, let's move on. I'm redoing my wc loop, but there's one thing annoying me, a sort of kink in my t-line's tubing.



Could I just leave it like that? That tube leads to the fillport, which shouldn't be a big deal.

Edit: Here's a zoomed out picture.

post #2 of 7
if its to the fillport, it should not be much of an issue tbh.
    
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It is the fill port so you are definitely fine. However you might wanna consider using a reservoir instead of such a long fill port.
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Hardly a kink...
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Originally Posted by Averwind View Post
It is the fill port so you are definitely fine. However you might wanna consider using a reservoir instead of such a long fill port.
How come?
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How come?
Looks mainly, although a reservoir does make bleeding a lot easier.

That kink is nothing to be worried about. Even if it was in the main path of the water it would not do much. Just think about how small those channels inside of your CPU block are.
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post #7 of 7
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I kind of like the way the t-line looks, and it's less tubing to worry about in my loop. I might get a res for my new build, but I'm keeping the t-line on this one since it doesn't seem to be a big deal.
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