Possible but not very practical IMO. Once installed, if you needed to take it all out to, lets say, replace the mobo or something... a big PITA. Additionally, would be a pain to see if you had bubbles in the system also. See through tubing is a big help in this respect.Originally Posted by Somenamehere;12047145
I'm sure its possible with some fittings and soldering them in. No way it would be cheaper than regular tubing.
wcing tubing has plastic and is flexible so they stretch or get squished for a airtight seal. Copper is alot harder than soft plastic so you can't just use fittings to make it a airtight sealOriginally Posted by SplashScreen;12047187
you can get a roll of tubing for like $9, some of the WC tubing is over $2 a foot and then you also have antikink if you need that or not too
wouldn't the copper tubing work with compression fittings? wasn't that what compression fittings were made for?
Yes,It could be done like everyone said above,But you would have to get a small tubing bending kit and tubing cutters,And if your gonna use fitting(Then you would have to buy them).Also if soldering,You have to be very good.Originally Posted by SplashScreen;12047094
just curious if this is possible, seems like a really good idea and prolly cheaper than some of the WC tubing out there too, as an added bonus extra cooling and no kinking