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    Quote Originally Posted by Navanod View Post
    As long as you're comparing apples to apples (meaning the wall thickness of the tubings are identical) I would say that I can expect similar results proportionately
    thanks! very helpful info navanod!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kvm View Post
    Not for the Masterkleer but got some rare Tygon tubes coming in 2 weeks from now.
    rare? not the B44 right? haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navanod View Post
    Just changed jobs, so quite tied up at the moment...
    my first V2 sample was sold to a good bro so now waiting for my 2nd order (should be finally here this week!)
    paiseh bro....didnt know! Thanks!!....will be fixing tom kekekeke

    btw great review...poison man....

    Any pic of UV effect for tubes??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Navanod View Post
    rare? not the B44 right? haha
    You are quite closed but not B44.


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    Speaking of B44...heres my review for it!!

    Its abit reddish compared to 3606 Tygon


    8cm


    7cm


    6cm


    5cm


    4cm


    Not too much different from the normal Tygon 3606 but feels alittle stiffer and harder.

    Benefit? Its free from plasticizers, which was blamed for the clouding of tubings over time...may be true, may not be LOL

    but well, some people *wink wink* prefers to be safe than sorry

    Sorry for the poor picture quality and lightings...haha, not in my OCD day, so I'm not keen to take multiple pics


    OH, by the way, THANKS TO JIANGXUE for the review sample!
    Last edited by Navanod; Jul 18th, 08 at 08:06 AM.

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    bro, got try the camera macro function?...


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    navanod make ma gian liao

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    Quote Originally Posted by Navanod View Post
    Any samples for me to test?
    Cheap tubings like clearflex, masterleer and PVC are not ideal since they tend to cloud and I know clearflex is a PITA to work with
    The masterleer is too stiff, not easy to work with. Tygon tubings are much easier to work with.

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    guys what are the brands that dont cloud? other than tygon(cheap alternatives that would be)
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    Quote Originally Posted by larrylaw View Post
    guys what are the brands that dont cloud? other than tygon(cheap alternatives that would be)
    To be honest, all tubings will cloud over a matter of time, only difference is better tubing cloud lesser.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hwmook View Post
    The masterleer is too stiff, not easy to work with. Tygon tubings are much easier to work with.
    bro you tried those masterleer before?
    cheap tubings have the advantage of being ultra disposable, hahaha, but if its a pain to work with + have to change often =

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvm View Post
    To be honest, all tubings will cloud over a matter of time, only difference is better tubing cloud lesser.
    oh .. so which brand is like 2nd or 3rd to tygon?

    coz so interested to go wcing, this dec. so saving a budget of 400 now. dont wan to go so much money in tubings.

    another question, TJ07 roughly need how many metres of tubing? just cooling cpu only with 120.3 or 120.2 rad and reservoir.
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    Around 6-8 feet should be enough for a 2 or 3 x 120 rad, if you dont like to see clouding get the Tygon R3400.

    For cheap tubings then get masterleer as many people reported that it takes longer to cloud compared to clearflex 60.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kvm View Post
    To be honest, all tubings will cloud over a matter of time, only difference is better tubing cloud lesser.
    and your findings are from?...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nashaz View Post
    and your findings are from?...
    Haa I expect someone would ask a question like this.

    Go read up the thread on XS on the food tubing and you will know.


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