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Old November 29, 2011, 10:59 AM
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Cool, thanks for the link! Oh ya another question about tubing, for cutting the tubs what do you recommend. I can see using scissors as non-ideal for it wouldn't be that straight and probably rather kinked at the end. Exacto Knife the best?
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aslong as what you are using is sharp enough pretty much anything is good for cutting water cooling tubing.
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I use Feser and I've been quite happy with it. Seems to be fairly flexible while maintaining it's shape. :)
Their 3/8" tubing walls aren't thick enough. It kinks too easily. But if you like big bulky tubing then their 1/2" stuff ain't bad.

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Cool, thanks for the link! Oh ya another question about tubing, for cutting the tubs what do you recommend. I can see using scissors as non-ideal for it wouldn't be that straight and probably rather kinked at the end. Exacto Knife the best?
I use a tubing cutter. It was ~ $10 @ Performance PC's and always having a nice clean cut makes it worth it to me.
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Ya I was thinking there was an actual tube cutter meant for hosing. Will have to stop by the hardware store then.
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