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Old 10-08-17, 08:42 PM
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Cablemod releases AIO sleeving kits

Have you ever wanted an AIO with custom tubing?



Read more on Cablemod's custom AIO sleeving kits.

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Old 10-08-17, 09:32 PM
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I'm guessing you'd have to drain the AIO, remove the tubing, install the sleeves, and then refill and bleed the AIO somehow? That's gonna be a PITA on systems that don't use G1/4 fittings

Edit: I stand corrected, looks like it wraps around the tubes without removing them.
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Old 10-08-17, 10:58 PM
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Wouldn't mind getting the red ones for when the new Corsair AIO's release.
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Would be interested to see if they affect temps.
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I can't imagine how they'd affect temperatures. Maybe they would, but how?

I like them, but I think they look a little cheap. I think the plain black sleeving that Corsair and NZXT use is the best looking. I also like the thick satin black tubing that EKWB use in their Predator AIO's.
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I can't imagine how they'd affect temperatures. Maybe they would, but how?

I like them, but I think they look a little cheap. I think the plain black sleeving that Corsair and NZXT use is the best looking. I also like the thick satin black tubing that EKWB use in their Predator AIO's.
I doubt it. And if they did it would probably be a couple of degrees. I've just got an engineer's brain. I always look at things technically first.. Logic..

I did notice the hoses on my old EVGA Hyrbid (with Titan XM) used to get pretty bloody hot. And they had air flowing over them.. Whether insulating would make a difference? hopefully some one like WYP can tell us. It might help, because if insulated the heat is all transferred out through the fins etc or it may shove the temps up.

I don't like them though. They kinda look like granny's old tea cosy.
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Anyone know where to buy in Ireland or UK?? Amazon dont have them it seems
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