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canDarian

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Should hopefully be able to start this on Monday if my last shipment comes just been sleeving everything this week while I wait,few pics of my supply's so far.:bananafunky:


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The rest better :censored: be here Monday. :bleh:
 
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Looks like it is going to be a worthwhile build :thumb: Give that FrozenQ res a really good look over. There have been some that have turned out really bad - croocked threadings (meanign the fittings dont fir perfect), and some have noticed cracked tube under the caps.
 

canDarian

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Looks like it is going to be a worthwhile build :thumb: Give that FrozenQ res a really good look over. There have been some that have turned out really bad - croocked threadings (meanign the fittings dont fir perfect), and some have noticed cracked tube under the caps.

Ya I gave it a good once over at the store dry fitted some nozzles to test the fit,just rewiring and sleeving my memory lights.
 

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Ya I gave it a good once over at the store dry fitted some nozzles to test the fit,just rewiring and sleeving my memory lights.

What store are you buying your watercooling gear from in Waterloo?! Tell me your secrets! :haha:

Looks like it's gonna be a sweet build, can't wait to see how it turns out.
 

canDarian

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What store are you buying your watercooling gear from in Waterloo?! Tell me your secrets! :haha:

Looks like it's gonna be a sweet build, can't wait to see how it turns out.

Went to Rochester lol,

These guys are local though DazMode I almost always buy from a different province to save me the pst but I had a hell of a time finding a few items.

If you can drive over to Frozen thats the best way.Canada just sucks for buying modding supplies always limited stock and selection :sad:

Although NCIX is getting a bit better.

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steers

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Went to Rochester lol,

These guys are local though DazMode I almost always buy from a different province to save me the pst but I had a hell of a time finding a few items.

If you can drive over to Frozen thats the best way.Canada just sucks for buying modding supplies always limited stock and selection :sad:

Although NCIX is getting a bit better.

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Yeah, Daz is on the up and up too, so Canada's definitely improving. Visiting a store like FrozenCPU or Performance-PCs in person would be amazing, I'm sure. One day perhaps, once I graduate and can actually justify (read: afford) buying a car :bleh:
 

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Ya I gave it a good once over at the store dry fitted some nozzles to test the fit,just rewiring and sleeving my memory lights.

Okay just checking. At another forum a user bought two red ones and they where both pink and the user called Alex out (after Alex [FrozenQ O/O] failed to refund him). He admitted that he released some "pink" coiled ones and once that got out, the users where looking at theirs and finding all sorts of issues :sad: Just looking out for fellow :canadianwave:
 

canDarian

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Just got finished at 1am rewiring sleeving and soldering my ram lights lol,I woulda taken pics but who wants to watch me inhale lead fumes :bleh:

Ya as for Frozen they are using a new process from what I gather as of May 15th I think he said,if I was them I would use glass the sealing bond is a 1000x more stable with glass and 1/4 inch tempered glass is surprisingly resilient or an eighth which I think it is.
 

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