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Old October 30, 2009, 09:07 AM
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I use an angle grinder or a chainsaw.
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Old October 30, 2009, 01:04 PM
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I use an angle grinder or a chainsaw.
Electric or gas? Anyone tried a hacksaw? That should make a straight cut.

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Electric or gas? Anyone tried a hacksaw? That should make a straight cut.



Glad they didn't use a chainsaw for that one.

hacksaw would make a bit of a mess tho yeh? Get little bits and possibly into the loop? Maybe use a compression fitting as a guide for a razor?
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I use this guy. This guy only costs the price of beer. Don't piss him off though.

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Heh, I've been water cooling for years and I've about had it with broken or dull scissors. I'[d love to get my hands on some hose cutters but other than dangerden I don't see anyone selling them.

So how do you guys cut your hose?
using my aunty's food scissor..
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I use this guy. This guy only costs the price of beer. Don't piss him off though.

But what if they find out later that the tube was innocent?
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Then he cuts their head off and asks who else thinks they're right. Then he proceeds with helping you in your watercooling project, by providing a liquid to go in the loop. BLOOD.
See, that guy is versatile.
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Hmm... might be something to that approach. The red coolants on the market these days just don't quite manage the real colour, and there are lots of threads with people looking for "blood red". And really, who needs biocide when you've got white blood cells dealing with unwanted organic growth? And clotting action to protect against leaks!

Why on earth hasn't anyone tried this yet?
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Hmm... might be something to that approach. The red coolants on the market these days just don't quite manage the real colour, and there are lots of threads with people looking for "blood red". And really, who needs biocide when you've got white blood cells dealing with unwanted organic growth? And clotting action to protect against leaks!

Why on earth hasn't anyone tried this yet?
Who says somebody hasn't????
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