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post #12 of 43 (permalink) Old 01-07-2018, 04:05 PM
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Subbed. Nice progress so far. Is your pump OUT port going into the rad, or am I mistaken?
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Subbed. Nice progress so far. Is your pump OUT port going into the rad, or am I mistaken?

Yeah, pump out going to the bottom rad. Tube routing is going to take a bit to figure out.
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I just checked the Mrs PC, I ended using the xflow 360 gts radiator to minimize the tubing issue.

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I modified the Coolermaster vertical GPU bracket so I could mount the GPU on the front slot. This helps the GPU sit further from the motherboard and looks more centered in the case.







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Nice, loving it so far.

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Nice job and slick bend! thumb.gif

Careful with EK Fittings and PETG. I tried PETG instead acrylic and had many scratches near the fittings. Are you using 16mm OD? Is it easy to work with?
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Nice job and slick bend! thumb.gif

Careful with EK Fittings and PETG. I tried PETG instead acrylic and had many scratches near the fittings. Are you using 16mm OD? Is it easy to work with?

Thank you for the tip. I am using 16mm OD PETG.
So far, it has been easy to work with, I am just trying to take my time to heat the tubing. I made myself a jig to get my bends correct, but I have only tried to make a few so far. I am going to try and make some more bending progress this weekend.

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