J M, I've been thinking on using hard plumbing like that (good to see I'm not crazy) but I haven't been able to come up with how to get from the hard plumbing to the block. A direct method isn't good as if things aren't perfectly lined up then it could cause the block to not sit flat, so thet pretty much necessitates the use of a flexible connection. I've come up with a few ideas but nothing I'm crazy about, one idea is to solder barbs on the end of the copper pipe and the other is to machine my own out of copper but that's A LOT of time. Could you elaborate on hoe you handled this?
Figured I should post my two rigs in here too. I never went fancy or worried about looks...just wanted a setup that cooled well and had room to add to the loop later on. All contained within the case (both rigs are HAF 932s)
#1 - My main rig. GPU cooling was the emphasis. This was done by kruzn4evr, thanks again:
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