Questions about GPU 200's

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Questions about GPU 200's

Postby H2oMaN » Tue Jun 28, 2011 10:13 pm


Im new to the liquid cooling scene.
I know i need a GPU 200 for my project.

But when it comes to the rest i don't know much.
I was thinking about using 1/2" tubing. But i don't know how to choose fittings to connect to it and to a cooling block.
If some1 can explain to me how to choose fittings for the product. and i can find a radiator and pump and repeat the same step for fittings.

Thank you.

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Re: Questions about GPU 200's

Postby HELLFIRETOYZ » Sun Jul 24, 2011 7:43 pm

Most of all the blocks made these days use g1/4 threaded nozzle taps. These would be where you would screw in the nozzles. Nozzles have male g1/4 threading and the blocks have female g1/4 threading. Now, since your new to water, I'd highly recommend you view this guide before you go running a muck in your machine :D :


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