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Big & Little!





Hard to believe, but the X2M is not that much shorter than the S5 - and would be taller if not for the casters! bigeyedsmiley.png
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Big & Little!





Hard to believe, but the X2M is not that much shorter than the S5 - and would be taller if not for the casters! bigeyedsmiley.png
Yeah mine is tall with the feet and 36mm top
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post #14213 of 22278
PrimoChill 1/2in Rigid PETG Tubing - 36in - Clear (12 Pack)
How many of those packs would I need for this loop in the TH10A?
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It's two for every part you're putting in, then you have to think about stop fittings, a drain line, temp probes if you're going to use them.
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

PrimoChill 1/2in Rigid PETG Tubing - 36in - Clear (12 Pack)
How many of those packs would I need for this loop in the TH10A?


Order ~24-30' (that's feet, 36" = 3'). Its a lot more then one would normally do w/ plastic traditional tube, but since this is your first go, you'll make some mistakes. I easily ran through 24' and was not happy w/ the results. If you don't plan to bend the tube and use a bunch fittings (my route tbh), then get ~9-12' ensuring you have a bit left for changes or backup.
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Order ~24-30' (that's feet, 36" = 3'). Its a lot more then one would normally do w/ plastic traditional tube, but since this is your first go, you'll make some mistakes. I easily ran through 24' and was not happy w/ the results. If you don't plan to bend the tube and use a bunch fittings (my route tbh), then get ~9-12' ensuring you have a bit left for changes or backup.
If one 36in tubing is 3 feet, then that 12 pack is 36 feet. So if you are right, so can I get away with just 1, assuming I dont screw up big time.

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It's two for every part you're putting in, then you have to think about stop fittings, a drain line, temp probes if you're going to use them.
I have already everything planned out, I just need to know the lenght of tubing needed.
post #14217 of 22278
You'll never get a good estimate until you actually measure your runs. Every build is different and depending on the runs could be more or less.
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Originally Posted by Chiobe View Post

If one 36in tubing is 3 feet, then that 12 pack is 36 feet. So if you are right, so can I get away with just 1, assuming I dont screw up big time.

Sounds like a plan mate thumb.gif

Btw, x9 still in use or will that go? I've yet to find a new owner for mine but its typical when you sell a case locally. It just takes time.
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Sounds like a plan mate thumb.gif

Btw, x9 still in use or will that go? I've yet to find a new owner for mine but its typical when you sell a case locally. It just takes time.
Its $29.95 for 1, so might as well grab 2 more, since I will need to redo my loop as I add GPUs (cant afford to buy all 3 at the same time). Plus that gives me a hugh buffer for screw ups.

Yeah, the X9 is still being used, as they havent shipped the TH10A yet. Dont know what will happen to it after that.
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You going w/ bends or adapters? Personally, I would go w/ fittings.
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