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    Default PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction



    PrimoChill is once again helping performance enthusiasts, case modders, and those in search of the “Next Best” thing in watercooling. PrimoChill 1/2" Rigid Acrylic Tube & New Innovative Rigid Compression Fittings are one step further in the evolution of computer watercooling enabling the user to make the tightest bends and straightest runs without the need of excessive compression fittings and 90 degree angle rotaries. The less your build requires the more time and money you save searching for the right fitting.

    Measure - Cut - Bend - Install- DONE!

    Fittings & Rigid Tubing come in a variety of colors including UV to fit your individual build.

    Please watch our Youtube video for a bending how to


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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Must say, as an occasional user of Crystal Links, your method of securing the tube seems like one Hell of an improvement over BP's passive limp-wristed method. Good design.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    what's the price point on the tube and fittings compared to the regular stuff?

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    what's the price point on the tube and fittings compared to the regular stuff?
    Sorry personally i dont know much about the pricing end of things. Only the performance,Quality,Features etc. I actually learn the prices myself when i see them at the resellers as i am a Modder like most of you that just happens to work for a company i have believed in for years.

    If i do hear anything as a ballpark figure i will let you know.

    Hope that helps as its the best i have for an answer.
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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Ok actually i do have a pretty close estimate of what you can expect to pay for the New System: (Remember this is ball park may be different from reseller to reseller)

    Compression Fittings for Primochill 1/2" Rigid Tubing = $6.95 each

    4 Pack Colored 24" Clear 1/2" Rigid Tubing = $19.95

    1x 36" PrimoChilll 1/2" Colored Rigid Acrylic Tube - $9.95

    4 Pack Clear 24" Clear 1/2" Rigid Tubing = $16.95

    1x 36" PrimoChilll 1/2" Clear Rigid Acrylic Tube - $6.95



    Wow allot cheaper then i would have ever thought ! Hope you guys like the Prices as i think they are extremely reasonable especially for the only PC compression fitting for Rigid tubing in the world.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Thanks for an honest answer Dave.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    what's the OD of the acrylic tube, the same size as the crystal-link tubing?

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    what's the OD of the acrylic tube, the same size as the crystal-link tubing?
    Its says in the video 3/8-1/2in and it wont work with crystal links

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    I want to know in mm. Because 1/2" equal 12.7mm, that's standard copper pipes....you see where am going?

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    Its just my opinion but apparently after looking and listening to the video's the material is not consistent in size,and will vary some during the manufacturing process.
    And that's the reason for sanding and oiling the rubber for the ID (inside diameter) during the heating process to make it fit
    and also the need for there special connections and O-Rings on the OD (outside diameter) to avoid any leaks.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    It's a great idea, and looks good, but it also looks like it ends up costing you more than using regular tubing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    It's a great idea, and looks good, but it also looks like it ends up costing you more than using regular tubing.
    Are you talking about the acrylic or copper tubing?

    The above tubing only cost $2.12 per foot but you gotta learn how to bend them.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Copper would be more expensive and although the acrylic is only $2.12 a foot, you also need special fittings and o rings correct ? so doing a compete system, the cost would come out to more than using regular tubing. However it also looks a hell of a lot better. I'm thinking about using this on one of the 900D builds, either the Z77 or the Z87, just have to figure out how much I need, might as well go with 20' it never hurts to have more than what you need. Have Dave, when you have a chance, send me a PM, so we can talk about this. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Its just my opinion but apparently after looking and listening to the video's the material is not consistent in size,and will vary some during the manufacturing process.
    And that's the reason for sanding and oiling the rubber for the ID (inside diameter) during the heating process to make it fit
    and also the need for there special connections and O-Rings on the OD (outside diameter) to avoid any leaks.
    There is a little confusion regarding the Rigid System still but when i get my non Prototype fittings here shortly i will demonstrate some of the things to clear it up a little more. The Uneven tubing he is refering to is basically just the edge where it is cut and the only thing that effects is the special Silicone we will be selling as a bending tool. (Also been trying other sizes or silicone so might be sorted by release) But as far as Orings there are no special orings needed thats just part of the compression fitting sorta like you would see a metal ring in a metal compression . Great thing i found from this system is you dont even have to cut the tube straight and it wont leak the way the compression works, also if wondering how tight the seal is i tried my hardest and could not pull the rigid out and i have been running the Prototype Compressions for Rigid which are the same thing as production besides are basic and ugly .lol but no issues at all . I will try to post Photos etc as the first Production fittings etc are on there way here. I got Chrome for now for colors but will show other colors later.I hope this clears a little up but def leaking is not a worry at all with this system and it is by far the safest Hard lining method at the moment do to the amazing new fittings and new cool bending method makes it fun rather then a hassle.

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    Default Re: PrimoChilll Rigid Acrylic Tube System Introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by Primochill View Post
    There is a little confusion regarding the Rigid System still but when i get my non Prototype fittings here shortly i will demonstrate some of the things to clear it up a little more. The Uneven tubing he is refering to is basically just the edge where it is cut and the only thing that effects is the special Silicone we will be selling as a bending tool. (Also been trying other sizes or silicone so might be sorted by release) But as far as Orings there are no special orings needed thats just part of the compression fitting sorta like you would see a metal ring in a metal compression . Great thing i found from this system is you dont even have to cut the tube straight and it wont leak the way the compression works, also if wondering how tight the seal is i tried my hardest and could not pull the rigid out and i have been running the Prototype Compressions for Rigid which are the same thing as production besides are basic and ugly .lol but no issues at all . I will try to post Photos etc as the first Production fittings etc are on there way here. I got Chrome for now for colors but will show other colors later.I hope this clears a little up but def leaking is not a worry at all with this system and it is by far the safest Hard lining method at the moment do to the amazing new fittings and new cool bending method makes it fun rather then a hassle.

    Take care guys and Hope that helped some.
    Don't get me wrong I like what I see and it looks to be a fine product.
    I watched the video and he was sanding the rubber to make it fit inside and I believe he said it would fit on some but not always so he would have to sand it down some.
    its plastic tubing so I am thinking after the extrusion and manufacturing process heating and cooling down there has to be some differences in diameter occurring both inside and out, this may be a very minimal amount and not enough to be concerned about but a difference non the less, do you have a micrometer handy if you do you can check it that way I have several and could check both the ID and OD down to the 1000 of an inch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Don't get me wrong I like what I see and it looks to be a fine product.
    I watched the video and he was sanding the rubber to make it fit inside and I believe he said it would fit on some but not always so he would have to sand it down some.
    its plastic tubing so I am thinking after the extrusion and manufacturing process heating and cooling down there has to be some differences in diameter occurring both inside and out, this may be a very minimal amount and not enough to be concerned about but a difference non the less, do you have a micrometer handy if you do you can check it that way I have several and could check both the ID and OD down to the 1000 of an inch.
    Yes there is a slight difference on some of the tubing inside diameters but nothing the effects the outside diameter.The way the compression Fittings work a difference in size wouldnt make any difference. He is mainly only refering the the silicone tubing used for bending the tubing.But since that video he has been reserching different silicone's because the silicone has a pretty big allowance with some companies vs others.The Silicone i have fits all the tubing no problem so that part will be all settled by the time the System is released. But i can def assure you it wont effect anything as far as leaking or any thing like that. Mainly a bending tool issue is all it really is which we are pretty sure we have the perfect size silicone now so no sanding should be needed when released.

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