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That was 3/8x1/2 so it was easy to bend straight. I am running now 3/8x5/8 (same thickness as 1/2x3/4) and it its not too hard to bend. a bit of heat applied by a heat gun/hair-dryer or dipping the piece in hot water will help softened it up. The spacing is enough to make it work.

Just make sure your cards are secured and then start cutting the tube. Its hard to get the exact length. Too long and it bends the cards pcb or too short and it might leak or pull. Compression fittings help a ton to secure it though.

Awesome! Now I have a plan, thanks Wermad. +1
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Awesome! Now I have a plan, thanks Wermad. +1

No problem thumb.gif

Remember, that's a parallel setup so you'll need four compression fittings. You only need two for series smile.gif Personally, i prefer series for the maintained higher pressure.

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Yup I got my order in and will have it set up nicely in a few days. BTW guys please vote for me for MOTM at the end of the month! thumb.gif
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Yup I got my order in and will have it set up nicely in a few days. BTW guys please vote for me for MOTM at the end of the month! thumb.gif

Got my vote buddy!

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Hey guys finally got the Titan upgrade finished all the way. Also decided to switch out the fans for black ones. I can finally say that this thing is done. Only using her from now on, I'm moving on to a new project! thumb.gif

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Look at those cute little monsoons between the blocks! Love how this turned out. thumb.gif





Pretty proud of the wiring back here. It's about as clean of a back panel as I've ever done.








For the life of me I can't get all the fuzz off the acrylic. mad.gif







If I do anything it will be to try and work more lighting into it. There are some areas that could definitely be brighter. Not an easy thing to do and make it look good though.
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friggin awesome! looks great. and the wiring on the back does look very clean. better then mine..lol

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Thanks man!

Oh and remember everyone voting starts tomorrow if you're a fan please vote!

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Hey guys finally got the Titan upgrade finished all the way. Also decided to switch out the fans for black ones. I can finally say that this thing is done. Only using her from now on, I'm moving on to a new project! thumb.gif

Final photos:


Look at those cute little monsoons between the blocks! Love how this turned out. thumb.gif





Pretty proud of the wiring back here. It's about as clean of a back panel as I've ever done.








For the life of me I can't get all the fuzz off the acrylic. mad.gif






If I do anything it will be to try and work more lighting into it. There are some areas that could definitely be brighter. Not an easy thing to do and make it look good though.

Does look good thumb.gif as for the fuzz on the panel try mr sheen polish.


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