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Removing soft tubes from compression fittings

Best bet is unscrew the compression, and then to pinch at the top of the fitting and twist

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Wait are you Nicky V's cousin? But I would try to tip it away from the GPU but is it full of coolant?

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42 minutes ago, GauntletV2 said:

Best bet is unscrew the compression, and then to pinch at the top of the fitting and twist

 

7 minutes ago, Billy_Mays said:

Wait are you Nicky V's cousin? But I would try to tip it away from the GPU but is it full of coolant?

Ok, thanks to you both. I'll try removing the fitting. Otherwise, I'll take the GPU out. 

 

No coolant. Just installing. 

 

Not a cousin or even aware of a Nicky V. :-) 

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Just now, FrankV said:

 

Ok, thanks to you both. I'll try removing the fitting. Otherwise, I'll take the GPU out. 

 

No coolant. Just installing. 

 

Not a cousin or even aware of a Nicky V. :-) 

Oh then just unscrew the barb fitting but you don't know about Nicky V 

Im mostly on discord now and you can find me on my profile

 

My Build: Xeon 2630L V, RX 560 2gb, 8gb ddr4 1866, EVGA 450BV 

My Laptop #1: i3-5020U, 8gb of DDR3, Intel HD 5500

 

 

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