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So I should probably switch the 3/8" tubing if I wanna stick with compression fitting right?
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It would be the better choice. Not much difference in performance between 3/8 and 7/16
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I use 7/16 tubing and compressions and they were not that hard to find. Compressions are expensive though especially for the 45/90 ones. Cost me about 90$ for 2 45's 1 90 and 5 straight compression fittings. I got mine at sidewinder as they had the best price/availability and shipping.

As for fans the GT AP-15s are great otherwise yate loons are another popular choice I would look to the 1800 rpm ish range for good cooling on that rad.
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Yea Yate loon med speed. $4 each fan.
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