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I currently have a Koolance 452x2 pump/res combo. I am considering something new. I am just looking revamp my loop and I am open to all options. I would prefer for it to fit in my 5.25" bays.
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nothing as neat of a package as the one you have now, unless you get a newer revision
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Thats still one of the nicest combo's out there but their's always these....

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I really like that DD res, but if you want dual pump support, I've been looking at this one from Alphacool: LINK
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nothing as neat of a package as the one you have now, unless you get a newer revision

I noticed that. Is it any better with bleeding?
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Thats still one of the nicest combo's out there but their's always these....
dd2.jpg
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Needs to be able to do series MCP655 pumps
post #6 of 10
I heard swiftech is coming out with a dual pump -mcp35x/res combo soon..
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I have also considered switching to the 35x pumps with better head pressure......thoughts on that?
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I heard swiftech is coming out with a dual pump -mcp35x/res combo soon..

Ya it supposed to be Very Good
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Ya it supposed to be Very Good

The dual pump graphic near the bottom of page 6 which compares both the 452x2 and the 355x2 with "optimal" inlet is very enlightening.
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I noticed that. Is it any better with bleeding?
Needs to be able to do series MCP655 pumps

from my understanding they are a lot easier to bleed, but really if i were in your shoes and wanted to keep using the d5's i already have, i'd grab a series pump top from ek (it can be mounting in the 5.25" drive bays) and a bay-res of your choosing and not have to worry about bleeding anymore

if i was ok with getting new pumps+top+seperate bay res, i'd definitely go with that 35X2 setup
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