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    Diameter of Ryujin II 360 aio tubes?

    Hello. Need to know the diameter of the tubes on the Ryujin II 360 aio. Does anyone know? Thank you in advance!

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    The outer diameter is about .425" (10.795mm). Not sure what the inner diameter is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echo8ict View Post
    The outer diameter is about .425" (10.795mm). Not sure what the inner diameter is.
    Thank you. Would a 10mm aio sleeve fit or would it be safer to get a 12mm one? Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indominus View Post
    Thank you. Would a 10mm aio sleeve fit or would it be safer to get a 12mm one? Thanks in advance!
    It might depend on how much of a bend you have. If the tubes are relatively straight I'd probably go with 10mm for a snug fit but if you have a tight radius on the tubes it might cause the sleeve issues. You might want to review the manufacturer's photos to see if it looks like there is room to twist with their ideal 10mm size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    It might depend on how much of a bend you have. If the tubes are relatively straight I'd probably go with 10mm for a snug fit but if you have a tight radius on the tubes it might cause the sleeve issues. You might want to review the manufacturer's photos to see if it looks like there is room to twist with their ideal 10mm size.
    Thank you for the response. The sleeve I want is this rgb one from Cooler Master. It is made from soft rubber that says it can mold to the bend of your tubes. Amazon has the 10mm one but not the 12mm one. *

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    Hrmm, well it appears from their pictures they don't expect it to close, rather you hide the seam in the back. So if you don't mind a little gap, go 10mm. If you want it to actually close you should probably source the 12mm from somewhere.
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