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Thanks for the comfort guys. With XSPC, do i post them the faulty one for them to give me a a free one?

Alright, so I've just filled up an RMA form to where I bought the kit. Hopefully they'll replace it for free since they've got a 12 monthh warranty. However, in the future if the new one dies again obviously XPSC's pump is not that great, will the Laing D5 with fixed speed be compatible with the rx360 kit? Also, which reservoir will be compatible with the kit and the D5 pump?

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Edited by pujo - 4/25/11 at 8:20pm
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post #12 of 15
You could use and pump with any reservoir.
They do make bay reservoirs that you can mount D5 pump(s) in.
A very good pump is the Swiftech MCP35x. It is about 95$ though. Pricey pump.
Others are MCP355 and MCP655.
Danger Den CPX-Pro. (Currently using in a build.)
Tops are avaliable for the MCP355, MCP655.
Reservoirs-You can get a cylinder type or bay type of reservoir. It depends on what you like. As with some bay reservoirs, you can mount the reservoir directly to the pump on the cylindrical type reservoirs.

You have many different options. Chose what you want carefully.
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There really isnt any comparability issues with pumps aside from the barb sizing on the pumps and if it is powerful enough for your system. There are many types of res some can fit pumps in them or attached to side. There are also stand alone res that you just connect via tubing to the pump. Just always make sure that pump is below or next to the res so when you fill your system the pump only pulls water not air.
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XSPC will usually send you a new pump without requiring that you send in your old one. As I said, contact them with the form on their website and see what they say.
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
XSPC will replace the pump for free. Just tell them what happened here and the'll ship you a new one out.

In the meantime you will have to get out the stock air cooler.
"In the meantime" lol What good with XSPC is that there is no meantime.. just send an email to XSPC and they gonna send you a free pump within 2 days. Trust me.
    
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