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Old October 25, 2012, 01:52 PM
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My original thought yesterday was that you were just going to remove the stop fitting and drain from there, which would spray around a bit. I'd be way more comfortable with a drain tube. I usually make mine long enough to run outside the case.

Edit: Just had a thought. The flow from the opposite port will tend to try to push into that tube rather than make an angle and go through the block. It should be ok once the loop is full, but watch your flow while filling. This is one case where I'd definitely disconnect the CPU and GPU until you know that you've got good flow through the loop. The blocks heat up fast if there's no flow, as I found out the hard way.
Your memory isn't failing you, that was my initial line of thought, but it evolved into a drain tube which should make life a lot easier.
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