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Old December 22, 2010, 02:41 PM
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quick ?,what are the exact bitspower fittings used in this pic,that is from sidwewinders computers
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Old December 22, 2010, 03:09 PM
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Looks like 2 triple rotary 90's, and a male-male adapter.

It could also be 1 triple, 1 double, and an anti-twist.
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Old December 22, 2010, 03:18 PM
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thanks.
i think that might be a m-f adapter sitting on the base of the ek block also,in the middle i think either a dlpug,or a m-m rotary adapter
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Looks sexy but in terms of maintenance it will be a PITA. What happens if you want to upgrade your CPU? ):
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Old December 22, 2010, 03:32 PM
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I did the same thing from my R3E to my EK supreme HF. I am assuming you are getting the EXACT same board and waterblock as in the pic. The same combo of fittings obviously won't work on other setups. I ended up having to use a bunch of m/f extensions to get mine to work.

A triple, a double and a twister. OR 2 triples and a m/f (same difference).............. Or it could be a combo using 2 single rotary snakes and a bunch of m/f but why would you do that lol.

From the pic it COULD be a m/f 2 doubles and a twister, but then you will have to remove the waterblock to install / uninstall the fittings. If you do a triple, double and twister (or triple triple m/f), to install it you just screw moth sides down simultaneously.



Bitspower Shining Silver G 1/4 Anti-Twist Adapter - # BP-DR-C
Bitspower G 1/4 Shining Silver Triple Rotary Angle Fitting - # BP-90R3
Bitspower G 1/4 Shining Silver Dual Rotary Angle Fitting - # BP-90R2

Bitspower Shining Silver Rotary Mini Snake-Style Adapter - BP-MSR
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Old December 22, 2010, 03:44 PM
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I did the same thing from my R3E to my EK supreme HF. I am assuming you are getting the EXACT same board and waterblock as in the pic. The same combo of fittings obviously won't work on other setups. I ended up having to use a bunch of m/f extensions to get mine to work.

A triple, a double and a twister. OR 2 triples and a m/f (same difference).............. Or it could be a combo using 2 single rotary snakes and a bunch of m/f but why would you do that lol.

From the pic it COULD be a m/f 2 doubles and a twister, but then you will have to remove the waterblock to install / uninstall the fittings. If you do a triple, double and twister (or triple triple m/f), to install it you just screw moth sides down simultaneously.



Bitspower Shining Silver G 1/4 Anti-Twist Adapter - # BP-DR-C
Bitspower G 1/4 Shining Silver Triple Rotary Angle Fitting - # BP-90R3
Bitspower G 1/4 Shining Silver Dual Rotary Angle Fitting - # BP-90R2

Bitspower Shining Silver Rotary Mini Snake-Style Adapter - BP-MSR
yes i already have the e760,and the hk 3.0 block
i tried this once before with a rampage formula and a bitspower nb block,and the two pieces i could not end up getting connected-the height difference was too great.
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yes i already have the e760,and the hk 3.0 block
i tried this once before with a rampage formula and a bitspower nb block,and the two pieces i could not end up getting connected-the height difference was too great.
hehe. You just need to use a bunch of different sized m/f fittings. i have about 7-8 different fittings in my "bridge"
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Old December 22, 2010, 03:54 PM
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bitspower now have some new different length extenders
Reducers & Extenders : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
which could prove useful
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I wish that stuff was around when I was watercooling.

One of the reasons I went to the small pipe, and then eventually just stopped using water, was the mess you'd end up with. It's not 'terrible' when you have the run of pipes or anything, just ends up looking 'thrown together'.

This setup is about as nice as I've ever seen. That, and in a solid setup the worry of leaks from vibration are pretty small too.

I'll be setting up a tower at some point soon and while I have a phase cooler in mind for the cpu (of course) I might have to rethink my views on water for the rest.

Looks like modern watercooling has come a long way :D
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Old December 22, 2010, 07:30 PM
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I've changed my mind. It's a triple rotary, a mini m/m, a double rotary, and an extender.
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