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Thanks!

Yeah, I just got an email with links to all the manuals I added into the review. The second one is for the reservoir:

http://www.swiftech.org/Installation_guides/mcp35x2-pump-user-guide.pdf
http://www.swiftech.org/Installation_guides/mcp35x2-reservoir-installationguide.pdf
http://www.swiftech.org/Installation_guides/mcp35x2-h-housing-installationguide.pdf

They have also made comments that it's supposed to be compatible with their new bay reservoir yet to be released. I'm not quite sure how that all works together, but it should be a way to fit all that power into a bay reservoir of sorts.
    
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From the site:
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compatible with the optional MCP35X-Res reservoir

Thanks. I saw that notch and immediately felt relieved that at least one of my 35x res still has purpose.

Contemplates re-plumbing my rig as a single loop...
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Is there any pics released of the bay res?
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Is there any pics released of the bay res?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1199771/swiftech-2012-news-apogee-drive-ii-fans-dual-top-reservoir-140mm-rad-and-more/0_100
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Great review as usual Martin thumb.gif I hope Swiftech sends a few more new products your way for the proper treatment tongue.gif
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I should also note that Tygon R3603 1/2in. ID 5/8in. only has a work pressure rating of 10psi which this pump could exceed. The more standard thicker wall tubing is fine though and typically rated up to 20 or even 30psi. I doubt pushing 10-13PSI would cause it to burst, but it is worth noting that the pump is powerful enough to exceed some pressure ratings.
I would just do a good leak test and pinch one of the tubes closed in the run to test max pressure as part of the leak test routine. Maybe do one more after the system is all up and running and tubing is nice and hot too.

I will be using 7/16 x 5/8 PrimoChill Primoflex Pro LRT will this be okay or should I upgrade to 1/2 x 3/4. Thanks
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I will be using 7/16 x 5/8 PrimoChill Primoflex Pro LRT will this be okay or should I upgrade to 1/2 x 3/4. Thanks

Not sure what Primochills ratings are, Tygon is the only one to really list them. But it appears with tygon, it's only the thinnest wall stuff (1/2"IDx5/8"OD) or 1/16" wall that gets the lower rating, and I really doubt you would see any failure just going a little over anyhow. It's probably rated that for a high temperature beyond what we would see.

Tygon's 7/16"ID x 5/8" OD is rated to 20psi:
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ty7id5odlatu.html

Should be fine:thumb:
    
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Great review as usual Martin thumb.gif I hope Swiftech sends a few more new products your way for the proper treatment tongue.gif

Thanks!

I also have their MCR320 QP and XP rads lined up for the radiator test bench after I get XSPC's rads done.biggrin.gif
    
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Thank you!! Wow, built in temp reading. I want to add another mcp35x with this top. So sexy!
post #19 of 32
Check it out Martin, mounted with Koolance heatsinks. Some cutting of the Koolance housing is required.

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I did a quick install of the loop. The pumps are nice and quiet.

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