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Old 22-03-17, 03:38 PM
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EK release a new Rotary terminal for GPU waterblocks

EK has now released a new direct-Rotary terminal for their GPU water blocks, offering improved tubing routeing options.



Read more on EK's new 90-degree water block terminal.

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Old 22-03-17, 04:53 PM
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Nice for hard line tubing but not sure if it would be good for flexi tubes. Unless extremely tough that it holds its shape that is

tubes will want to twist it i suppose.
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Meh, don't see the benefit over using traditional fittings, especially not the for price. I can get two 90's cheaper than that.
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Can't tell if this would result in a lower Z dimension off the top of the card, that could be a selling point if true, sometimes that case panel / top edge is very close.
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Can't tell if this would result in a lower Z dimension off the top of the card, that could be a selling point if true, sometimes that case panel / top edge is very close.
its about the same, if not more.
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