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post #4951 of 4961 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 08:55 AM
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This is where I want to put my OLED temp and flow displays, I like the way it looks but I'm not 100% sure if the bend and compression fitting coming off the right side of the top display will clear the top radiator. I'll find out soon. If it doesn't I'll have to see what I can do to make it work.
Have you tried putting the compression collars on the fittings between the gpu and cpu blocks? You might not have enough straight length on the ends of the tube.
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post #4952 of 4961 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 09:02 AM
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Since I got the idea to use the Barrow tubes from this thread, I thought I would post my progress on my rig refresh.
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You can squeeze a super thin rad in the bottom with a vert gpu but if you don't like it then you just don't like it. I'd say the rog v2 looks wider based on the attached. I also didn't notice the less restrictive more angular grates before, I'll be jealous of those.
What mount is that? Doesn't look like anything I have seen before
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Quote: Originally Posted by UMichHockey View Post
Have you tried putting the compression collars on the fittings between the gpu and cpu blocks? You might not have enough straight length on the ends of the tube.
Thanks but I've already finished the build. The compression collars went on fine. See page 494.

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What mount is that? Doesn't look like anything I have seen before
That is the pc-o11 rog v2 (or whatever they end up calling it) somehow the only decent pictures I could find were on wccf since everyone else focused on the razer coverage https://wccftech.com/lian-li-shows-o...s-at-ces-2019/

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Since I got the idea to use the Barrow tubes from this thread, I thought I would post my progress on my rig refresh.
Love it, the link tubes are awesome don't you think? Thick clear acrylic with even transition to the fittings! Your layout is so clean!! No ****ty looking multiple bends I love it.

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Love it, the link tubes are awesome don't you think? Thick clear acrylic with even transition to the fittings! Your layout is so clean!! No ****ty looking multiple bends I love it.
They are! How clean it looks is what made me fall in love with it. Since the tubes are the same size as the fittings, the lines of the tube flow into the lines of the fittings and it looks uniform. I am frosting the tubes this weekend to match the CPU monoblock and the waterway. I also want to paint the corner fittings to a matte black to match the rest of the system and get rid of those Bitspower logos. Also, hopefully Lian-Li releases the Bora Lite Digital Fans soon because those are what I plan to use along with a Razer edition case. I love my RGB but you have to do it as an accent, not a centerpiece.
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They are! How clean it looks is what made me fall in love with it. Since the tubes are the same size as the fittings, the lines of the tube flow into the lines of the fittings and it looks uniform. I am frosting the tubes this weekend to match the CPU monoblock and the waterway. I also want to paint the corner fittings to a matte black to match the rest of the system and get rid of those Bitspower logos. Also, hopefully Lian-Li releases the Bora Lite Digital Fans soon because those are what I plan to use along with a Razer edition case. I love my RGB but you have to do it as an accent, not a centerpiece.
Yeah that uniform transition satisfies the OCD for sure. Those bitspower dual rotary 90's are so awesome for building with the link tube but I wish they made the corner at a straight 90 instead of the 45 across. I did some searching today and found they actually do BUT the one side is slimmer than the other.

Check these out also(black no logos)... darkside and barrow have a dual rotary but it's M-F. Would just have to add a 5mm M-M spacer for them to work as good. Your pics are making me want to re-configure one of my loops! Send me a PM when you are finished I want to see final setup.
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Yeah that uniform transition satisfies the OCD for sure. Those bitspower dual rotary 90's are so awesome for building with the link tube but I wish they made the corner at a straight 90 instead of the 45 across. I did some searching today and found they actually do BUT the one side is slimmer than the other.

Check these out also(black no logos)... darkside and barrow have a dual rotary but it's M-F. Would just have to add a 5mm M-M spacer for them to work as good. Your pics are making me want to re-configure one of my loops! Send me a PM when you are finished I want to see final setup.
Those Barrow fittings with the 5mm spacer are actually what I started with. MY OCD kicked in and didn't like how it was looking. It didn't look as clean as it does now and it minimized the leak points. Not to mention I got the Bitspower fittings for a decent price. Also, it became a pain because at the time I had to source a TON of those 5mm fittings. I am with you about that 45 degree angle on the lower side of the fitting, but it still looks cleaner than the Barrow fitting with the spacer. The Razer case is supposed to ship this Friday, so I hope to finish this build sometime next week. I am still debating whether or not to paint the corner fittings to cover up the Bitspower logos to make the build cleaner.

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