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Does anyone have any pictures of what the Hydro X Satin tubing in Transparent, White, and Black looks like in real life? The only pictures I can find are CAD renders of them. I'm curious what the real looks of them are.

I'm looking to build my first watercooling loop in a Lian-Li Dynamic EVO all black case, so trying to think of what color tubing I want. I don't want clear, as I'm planning to run clear fluid to keep maintenance down, and debating about what the other tubing colors will look like in my system.

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I've got some black.  This isn't a beauty shot of the system, but it'll give you an idea.

satintube.jpg

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Thanks, I appreciate it. They look nice, and could definitely work in the build. But I'm thinking that either the Satin White or Transparent would be better to pick up some of the colour from the lighting. So much black in the case as it is that it'll give them something to stand out against.

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transparent with clear fluid doesn't catch up any color from the RGB, just small reflections on the surface of th tube, some bling really.

The satin on the other hand will totally stand out with lighting.

 

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5 hours ago, Corsair GregX said:

Satin black, satin transparent and crystal clear.

Don't have satin white at this moment. It's like satin black, but in white 😄

Thanks Greg, that's really helpful.

1 hour ago, LeDoyen said:

transparent with clear fluid doesn't catch up any color from the RGB, just small reflections on the surface of th tube, some bling really.

The satin on the other hand will totally stand out with lighting.

Ya, that was my thought. Why I was thinking the Satin Transparent or the Satin White. The Satin Transparent looks like it has enough of a surface that it'll catch the colouring pretty well, while still being able to show some essence of the fluid movement.

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