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I'm not that worried about the fit, some people were complaining about another reservoir that the MCP655 and that res produced too many bubbles to be useful. I don't want to drop more money for another useless res.

Maybe I"ll get a FrozenQ PC Mods Liquid Fusion res... The only problem is mounting, haha
    
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Originally Posted by MrCynical View Post
I'm not that worried about the fit, some people were complaining about another reservoir that the MCP655 and that res produced too many bubbles to be useful. I don't want to drop more money for another useless res.

Maybe I"ll get a FrozenQ PC Mods Liquid Fusion res... The only problem is mounting, haha
Any reservoir will take a bit of time to bleed the air/bubbles from your loop. Best techniques to help bleed air is to start and stop your pump few times, this helps a ton to start pushing the water through initially, and rock your case back and forth, side to side, making sure your loop is CLOSED!

The XSPC D5 bay reservoir looks better than the DDC versions imho and you should not have any issues installing it. Highly recommended and take your time to install it to make sure you get it installed leak free. Good luck
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