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the recipie ...
add one pre assembled cooler pack consisting of 420 rad with P&P fans and shroud, grill and mounting rails
to one accomodating case
add a dozen screws,snap on front facia and enjoy smile.gif
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post #56702 of 110088 (permalink) Old 12-28-2013, 11:22 AM
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Any of you got any experience using hard tubing?
1) Could use a website for a cheap UK/Swedish/Norwegain/Danish supplier for both the tools (Bending templates)
2) a link to a few guides if possible smile.gif
3) A pm talk with pictures and assistance smile.gif

I've got experience with normal tubes, but since my GPU's are only compatible with universal blocks, makes it quiet hard to get a clean looking system.

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http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cat/Acrylic-Tube-Rigid_990.html

or

http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/index.php

I live in the U.S. so I'm not really sure about their service and pricing.

Slap some back plates on them GPU's if you can find some. That'll dress them up. That is if your GPU's are oriented in the right position so that the back plates are visible. smile.gif

Edit: Here's a couple more..

http://www.thewatercoolingshop.co.uk/

and

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/
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My two big orders and small order where suppose to show up on Friday. But now, FedEx tracking says today. It better show up, I want to start rebuilding dang it! mad.gif

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1/4" NPT & BSP are that close it usually doesn't matter. A bit of thread tape or liquid sealant is all it normally needs.

OK, just wanted to bring this back up for an update.

I got in a couple 1/4 NPT schrader valves (they come with teflon sealant on the threads) and tried screwing them into a couple extra G 1/4 extensions I have and it's a no-go. It won't go in not even 3/4 of a turn before getting very tight to the point if I were to force it more I know I'd be damaging the threads to one or the other or both, and it's nowhere near the point of being sealed. I can blow air through it easily. It almost sounds like a whistle.

Anywho, I went ahead and ordered a couple Koolance G 1/4 Male to NPT 1/4 Female adapters from PPCs. Wish I had thought to do that before - didn't even think to look for such a thing - as I could have gotten them from FrozenCPU and added them to an order I placed there a couple days ago (grabbed the Monsoon Hardline kit and a bunch of fittings) and would have saved on the shipping and the wait.
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Any of you got any experience using hard tubing?
1) Could use a website for a cheap UK/Swedish/Norwegain/Danish supplier for both the tools (Bending templates)
2) a link to a few guides if possible smile.gif
3) A pm talk with pictures and assistance smile.gif

I've got experience with normal tubes, but since my GPU's are only compatible with universal blocks, makes it quiet hard to get a clean looking system.

//S1lv3r

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Pity you can't buy Bitspower fittings without those (to me) hideous and tacky logos. On Every. Damned. Piece.

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Pity you can't buy Bitspower fittings without those (to me) hideous and tacky logos. On Every. Damned. Piece.

https://www.google.com/search?tbm=shop&q=barrow+rotary+fitting
http://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?SearchText=barrow+rotary&catId=&initiative_id=SB_20131228123646

chinese knockoff of bitspower (minus logo)
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