I used the Phobya brand rotary compression fittings and bought multiple angled fittings like 90 degree and 45 degree and since they are all rotary style there is no binding or extra pressure on the tubing.
The tubing I used is Danger Den Dream Flex 3/8 x 5/8 all purchaced from Frozen CPU
December 25, 2012 7:17:07 PM
Hi, thanks for the reply!
I did some more searching. What do you think about this combo?
I had bought 1/2" tubing to start and after getting it decided to drop down to 3/8 due to the bulk of the 1/2 tubing and how large the bends would need to be in my rig.
The rotary fittings will allow a rotation that reduces the stress on the fittings.
This is what I bought http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13723/ex-tub-983/Dang...
welcome, depaiReR, to watercooling. For a first timer, have you checked out the watercooling sticky? Its located in my sig and has alot of info. If there's a one stop solution to understand what you're doing, its the sticky
now that that's out of the way,
what sort of overclocking goals are you looking forward to?
what are your reasons for watercooling?
what are the rest of your system specs?
how much will you absolutely spend on your watercooling project?
please get back to this post
*to answer your question:
Basically, I have the components selected, but I'm having a hard time finding out which fittings and tubing to get (which sizes, etc.).