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Old February 26, 2009, 06:25 AM
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Default 1/2" "T" fitting for watercooling

I need two T fittings for watercooling. 1/2" ID, PREFER black!!

Does anyone here in toronto have any???

I can't believe that there isn't a store anywhere around here that sells them...

HELP!!! This is the only thing that's holding me back from building my rig!! CRAP!
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I have bought black vinyl 1/2" ID t fittings at a hardware store- I think it might have been canadian tire- but you could probably find one at home depot. Much cheaper buying them as plumbing supplies rather than computer hardware
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I have bought black vinyl 1/2" ID t fittings at a hardware store- I think it might have been canadian tire- but you could probably find one at home depot. Much cheaper buying them as plumbing supplies rather than computer hardware

Thanks, I'll give it a shot today!!
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HOLY COW...
I'm at the Home Depot at least 3 times a week...and I never thought of that...PERFECT.
And CHEAP! A brass T fitting was $1.65!!
End valves with 1/2" barbs and flow valve, $4.xx!! Those are going to be my drain/fill ports!
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If they're smooth make sure you make a groove so that it doesn't sip in air.
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Yeah, I was looking for one a few days ago as well. I was at HD and all they had were smooth brass tees, no grooves and no threading. I ended up going with a polypropylene one instead. I figure I can just paint the visible part of it that isn't being touched by the tubing.
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