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I'm getting closer to making my final order, looks like as soon as my tax return comes I'm going to be able to order the bulk of the rest of my stuff.

I have a mock order, but part of me thinks I can simplify some of this, so I'm hoping some of the more experienced can point me in the right direction

some of the key features though; 1/2" tubing 5/8th od with black compression fittings, brand doesn't really matter I just picked these because they looked nice . The QDC's will be in the bottom compartment with an extra female that will have a hose for draining

Here's a rundown of the setup.....

45's on the gpu inlet/outlets as well as a 45 coming out of my res which is going to go down to my pump

90s on the cpu block

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thought I selected the wrong tubing but I didn't so had to edit this post
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You may want another male quick connect... you only have one male but two females. Double check to make sure all your fittings match your tubing size...

Also, dont forget the res, drain port (makes life easier), and kill coil.
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You may want another male quick connect... you only have one male but two females.

Also, dont forget the res, drain port (makes life easier), and kill coil.
ahh yeah kill coil thx...

as for the drain port thats what the QDC's are for but i guess another male might be good to drain both sides

EDIT: updated the pic
Edited by mjl4878 - 2/16/11 at 5:14pm
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The main problem I see right now is the angled adapters. Since the variety you have selected are not rotary, when you install them they will only point in one direction, and you have no control over it. Unless you are very lucky they will not point in the direction you want to do.

Get the rotary editions. Also, it's cheaper just to get the 45 degree rotary fitting than buying the fitting and the adapter separately.
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The main problem I see right now is the angled adapters. Since the variety you have selected are not rotary, when you install them they will only point in one direction, and you have no control over it. Unless you are very lucky they will not point in the direction you want to do.

Get the rotary editions. Also, it's cheaper just to get the 45 degree rotary fitting than buying the fitting and the adapter separately.
Charlie, does bitspower have 45 rotary fittings? I looked but didn't see em same with the 90s

EDIT: Found these ones for 90s
Edited by mjl4878 - 2/16/11 at 6:05pm
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Yep, they have 45 degree fittings as well. Page two of the page where you found the 90 degree fittings has them.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28078
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Yep, they have 45 degree fittings as well. Page two of the page where you found the 90 degree fittings has them.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28078
Awesome man, you're always there when we need ya Everything else look ok, I know you mentioned the D4 to me before but think I'm just gonna stick with the 655. I dont have the bridge listed but would this one be sufficient?
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I don't think I've ever recommend a D4, where did you get that?
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I don't think I've ever recommend a D4, where did you get that?
Got my threads mixed up
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