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post #211 of 217 (permalink) Old 05-19-2013, 08:55 PM
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Hey edge sonce he hasnt replied i will lol that rube is fine i prefer bigger myself though but if your plan is to route cables behind the motherboard then any size will work he did it with 7/16 by 5/8 and i with 1/2 by 3/4 if you plan ro use barbs i would go with 7/16 and half inch barbs like he said its a stronger fit as to the red tubing thats what i would do dye is a pain ir stain tune and gum up blocks colored tube is the way to go. As far as Ys you didnt give enough info to anwser he swicth comtroller thing will hold 7 a 360/420 will need 6 fans and the bottom rad 4 so 10 fans for rads plus whatever othrr case fans you need or want also rember your mobo will have fan headers so theres that i used 2 splitters in my build push pull on both rads all fan slots filled execpt 1

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Thanks for the quick replay. I was thinking about using 3/8" ID X 5/8" OD Red tubing by Feser. What do you think about that kind and size tubing? I don't want to use dye, by still want the tube to be red for the red and blk theme. And how may 3 Pin Y's did you use...4 or 5?

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Hey edge sonce he hasnt replied i will lol that rube is fine i prefer bigger myself though but if your plan is to route cables behind the motherboard then any size will work he did it with 7/16 by 5/8 and i with 1/2 by 3/4 if you plan ro use barbs i would go with 7/16 and half inch barbs like he said its a stronger fit as to the red tubing thats what i would do dye is a pain ir stain tune and gum up blocks colored tube is the way to go. As far as Ys you didnt give enough info to anwser he swicth comtroller thing will hold 7 a 360/420 will need 6 fans and the bottom rad 4 so 10 fans for rads plus whatever othrr case fans you need or want also rember your mobo will have fan headers so theres that i used 2 splitters in my build push pull on both rads all fan slots filled execpt 1

Thanks for that @Cyberlocc and sorry for not replying sooner @Edge3903.
I have a really good buddy, @pcmodderMike, who's been using that size for couple of years. (Just confirmed, he was using 1/2 x 3/4. But the size is fine.)He recently switched to 7/16x5/8 because he's using 1/2 barbs. So in short, that tube size is fine. I used 4. Two on top and two on the bottom. I also hooked up the rear exhaust fan's to one of the Y cables on the top and I hooked up the two front intake fans to each Y'cables on the bottom. I wanted all the fans controlled by the FC and not the mobo. Hope that helps?


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