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    Default Tri-Fire watercooling fittings

    What would be the best chioce for my 3 x Radeon 7970's for adjustable fitings. Some boards I test have 1 slot and some 2 so adjustbale would be the wtg...

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    Default Re: Tri-Fire watercooling fittings

    I think only koolance makes adjustable SLI/Crossfire fittings (not sure about the rest), but you will need to measure they have different lengths of adjustable fittings some for 1 slot width and some for 2 slot width. I stopped using fittings and went with Link Bridges instead.

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    Default Re: Tri-Fire watercooling fittings

    I found these by Bitspower





    Bitspower BP-BSDG14AALPI Black Sparkle Dual G1/4" Adjustable Aqua Link Pipe I (22-31mm)
    Features:

    • True Hi-Flow Design.
    • Hi Quality Brass Material.
    • High Durability Nickel Finished In Black Sparkle Color.
    • Hiding O-Ring Design.
    • For Cross-Fire/SLI or Direct-Connection Application.
    • Adjustable Length Range : 22-31MM.
    • RoHS Compliant.
    Specifications:

    • Thread: G1/4" On Both Side
    • Thread Length : 5MM
    • Adjustable Length Range : 22-31MM
    Last edited by Drdeath; 27-08-2012 at 12:48.

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    Default Re: Tri-Fire watercooling fittings

    I have the Koolance Adjustable 1 slot and 2 slot fittings.. They work great... haven't had any issues I used them on my Th10 build.
    Enzo tech and bitspower makes some also like the ones you posted.

    These ones:
    http://koolance.com/dual-video-connector-black-adjustable-1-slot-spacing
    http://koolance.com/dual-vid-connect...3-slot-spacing

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