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Old June 22, 2011, 06:53 AM
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Looks good but I would definitely try to minimize the amount of tubing used. :P
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Old June 22, 2011, 04:14 PM
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i love the colour of that tubing!

dang that case makes everyting look small.. nice!
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Old June 26, 2011, 03:31 PM
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+1 on others saying the colour of the tubing is really nice! love it!
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Old July 4, 2011, 12:59 PM
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The colour of the tubing is pretty good. I am going to be doing watercooling set up for a customer soon and he doesn't know what he wants at all so I am definitely going to suggest this.
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Nice work on the water cooling set up.
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The colour of the tubing is pretty good. I am going to be doing watercooling set up for a customer soon and he doesn't know what he wants at all so I am definitely going to suggest this.
You might want to tell the customer to shortening up the tubes though ...I've generously went for longer tubes so when I re-fill/bleeding the loop, so I don't have to remove everything out. And don't have to shake/roll/lean/sideway the case to get all the bubbles out. Damn thing is heavy and don't want my sweaty fingers slipped. However, aesthetics-sake, it's a mess.
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Old July 5, 2011, 10:52 AM
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Haha, hadn't realized you'd replied :P
And yeah, though I did notice the long tubing I was also kind wondering if that served a purpose :P As for the shake/roll/lean, would you have to do all that when you're just refilling? I thought refilling was concerned with just adding more liquid to the res?

And aesthetically it isn't too bad :P it's a big case so it kind of fills it out :P
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All that shake/roll/lean meant to take out all the little bubbles in the loop. You have the most air-bubbles when you first filling the tubes with liquid...stop and start the pump, several time is the key. Sorry for the confusion ...you're right, refilling is to top the res. NO rolling and shaking needed.

Well that's why you need a full tower...to fill it up...hehe
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