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Bitspower Z-Multi 250 Water Tank

100% Positive Reviews
Rated #37 in Water Cooling

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Pros: Easy Assembly, No Leaks, Lightweight

Cons: None at all

Can Be used in a multitude of ways as the multiport option can be purchased and used on both sides of the Cylinder. The 250 Version is 270mm Long or (10.6") So this needs to be able to fit in your build as it is quite long for a tube reservoir.

The Aquapipe (Allowing fluid inside the reservoir) is very nice as it keeps the flow to a nice stream. Having this inside my Sma8 build I use pastel fluid. After the computer sits overnight, the pastel particles rise to the top of the fluid level. The Aquapipe creates a flow and you can physically see the pastel being mixed again inside the Reservoir.

I have personally found that the easiest setup with the Bitspower Res is with a 5mm Male/Male fitting into a DDC directly under the Res. Just my Opinion. Though I know that Bitspower offers the mod top which attaches the res directly to the top of a ddc pump. Which is very nice.

Here are some shots of the 250 Bits Res'





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Bitspower Z-Multi 250 Water Tank
Description:

The Middle version of Bitspower reservoirs! High quality multi option compensating reservoir for most advanced users! Manufactured of first class quality acrylic tube and POM Acetal. Bottom part gives user 3 options for placing the G1/4" fittings/barbs as inlet or outlet. Top with G1/4" thread is can be used for additional fitting/barb as inlet of filling port. The compensating reservoir is very easy to fill and is sealed with high quality rubber gasket.

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