OK, so I have a build now that works well and is watercooled with a very clean loop. However, i'm going to upgrade it soon and I was wondering if anyone knows how to fit two fittings straight together. There is an example pic at the bottom.
The fittings are right next to the fan at the bottom.
What is the problem? The triple rotary part or it being in the picture?
Triple rotarys have the joint in the middle and rotary pieces on each end.
It can be clearly seen in the picture that both 45's have knurled sections on both their ends which makes them triple rotaries. If they had one smooth end each they would dual rotaries. Not that complicated.
Oh very well yes, they are 90's of course. You were right, don't know where 45 came from.
Too many degrees'es
I guess maybe subconsciously I think of 90's as only being the squared off abrupt 90 fittings and the others as being 2 X 45 but yeah, it could have been confusing raving on about 45's and linking to fittings called 90's.
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