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    Quote Originally Posted by nass View Post
    Yes that will work .
    The Poseidon info says it's G1/4-inch threaded fittings. Not sure what that would mean for tube size for the Swiftech H140-X. I suppose, this depends on the barbs?

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    Barbs or use compression fitting tube size to g1/4 thread x 2

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    Switech will have both .

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    Quote Originally Posted by nass View Post
    Yes that will work .
    Excellent!

    Due to availability shipping to Canada, and pricing, I've chosen to go with the Swiftech H240 X2 2x140 mm Drive X2 AIO CPU Cooler
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    For tubing (length not yet determined) I'm likely going with Dazmode's Bargain Deal - 3/8" ID - 1/2" OD - Purple/UV ORANGE (1')
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    The 980ti Poseidon page says "G1/4-inch threaded fittings: Freedom to choose the best barb for you"
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    I'm browsing here https://www.dazmode.com/store/category/fittings/ but I'd like an opinion from the more experienced.
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    So with this u get a cpu block and can add your Poseidon into the loop you need 2-1/2” OD (3/8" ID) compression fittings x g1/4 too connect your card. Not allot of glaring reviews on this it seems, consider replacing all the fittings maybe in order to avoid problems.
    Last edited by nass; 05-27-2017 at 09:41 PM.

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