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Old 23rd Jul 2012, 20:40   #121
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Fantastic

excellent job so far - I love the clean look and the colors. great attention to detail as well!
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Old 27th Jul 2012, 15:38   #122
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Yay!! My polishing torch has arrived!!



........should of known really.



Im fluent in IKEA so lack of instructions is not a problem.
Interesting to note that the gas is switchable with no dead man safety...
Acrylic polish 101 soon!
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Old 1st Aug 2012, 14:34   #123
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Subscribed! Absolutely fantastic work you are doing there mate!
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Old 3rd Aug 2012, 05:25   #124
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Yo dude - could really use some advice on those metal tubes. What material and size are they? which tube bender did you use? Most importantly, how did you get them to seal well with the fittings on the CPU blocks and such? Was it difficult to measure?
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Old 3rd Aug 2012, 06:37   #125
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Not sure why my post didn't show, but I have to ask more about the tubes. What size and material are the tubes? what fittings are you using for them (I can't find much for 'push fittings')?
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Old 6th Aug 2012, 18:46   #126
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After speaking to Ricardo from ColdZero, i managed to get this done.





a nice little sli bridge cover!!

http://www.coldzero.eu/

They do a remarkable amount of plexi modding bits and are well worth a look for one off pieces,backplates,front panels.....the list goes on!!
Rapid turnaround and great customer service,i recommend you take a look.
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Old 7th Aug 2012, 18:48   #127
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Got some push fit fittings to make the test fitting.

I may even keep using these fittings,they look ok and are 1/3rd the price of the koolance fittings.
Downside is i dont trust push fit fully,not like a proper compression fitting.
Any chance you can recommend/link the fittings you use for 1/2" 5/8"OD metal pipes? I'm new to the metal pipe thing and prepared to lose a few nights sleep getting bending right, but i hope to save myself some headaches with fittings.

If you can link the push and the compression fittings that work best with metal tubing it'd really help me out
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Old 8th Aug 2012, 12:24   #128
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Any chance you can recommend/link the fittings you use for 1/2" 5/8"OD metal pipes? I'm new to the metal pipe thing and prepared to lose a few nights sleep getting bending right, but i hope to save myself some headaches with fittings.

If you can link the push and the compression fittings that work best with metal tubing it'd really help me out
Koolance may do a 1/2" fitting, i am only aware of 12mm and 10mm fittings.
You can get 12mm tube in the US (seeing as you asked for 1/2",im assuming you are US?)
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Old 8th Aug 2012, 14:31   #129
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Koolance may do a 1/2" fitting, i am only aware of 12mm and 10mm fittings.
You can get 12mm tube in the US (seeing as you asked for 1/2",im assuming you are US?)


Yep - thanks for the reply! I bet you get a ton of questions on here.

I am from the US and have used 1/2" ID 5/8" OD in the past, as I have heard that allows for maximum flow. Is working with a smaller diameter tube a viable concern?
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Old 8th Aug 2012, 16:39   #131
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Yep - thanks for the reply! I bet you get a ton of questions on here.

I am from the US and have used 1/2" ID 5/8" OD in the past, as I have heard that allows for maximum flow. Is working with a smaller diameter tube a viable concern?

I get a few.

The difference between ID's for flow is slight,nothing to worry about.
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Old 8th Aug 2012, 22:47   #132
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Nice sli bridge how has the polishing torch been doing for you? I wouldn't mind trying a faster route for polishing acrylic tried a blow torch with minimal success but a specific built one for flame polishing is more like what I need I think.
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Old 16th Aug 2012, 19:39   #135
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Nice sli bridge how has the polishing torch been doing for you? I wouldn't mind trying a faster route for polishing acrylic tried a blow torch with minimal success but a specific built one for flame polishing is more like what I need I think.
The torch works a treat,its not a polish specific thing tho... It takes some practice,get stuck in fella.

Look what came in the post...one short tho.



Oh so sexy.....







Nowhere near the same amount of mill marks as EK....
The plating is very good!!

The wrong way up for my purposes...



So,out come the allen keys...



.......orly?

I have a method for these tricky o-rings.

Get the o-ring in the groove at one end.



Slide the block piece over the end you just placed,after pulling the bolts out of course. You dont want to snag the o-ring and damage it.



then bolt it down...simples.

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Can you explain for the hard-of-modding like me why you've switched the inlet/outlet port around?

Many thanks in advance
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Can you explain for the hard-of-modding like me why you've switched the inlet/outlet port around?

Many thanks in advance
My case is a BTX or inverted layout,when the blocks are installed the lettering would be upside down.

And that would bug me.
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Old 20th Aug 2012, 10:30   #139
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Not really build related but i gots me a new monitor!

Achieva Shimian 1440p 27" IPS.........for 200!









I have one stuck pixel on the far right of the screen but its well out of the way and is soooo tiny that it only shows on black screens.

The colour tho,is something else,very vivid....makes DayZ look awesome!!
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