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I just got a FrozenQ 250mm res, how would I just screw in a D5 Vario Pump/W top to the bottom of it?
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Anyone know of alternatives sources for the uv bulb (for cylinder reservoirs)?
post #1613 of 2114
A male-male fitting would be your best bet.
post #1614 of 2114
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Originally Posted by Midnite8 View Post

I just got a FrozenQ 250mm res, how would I just screw in a D5 Vario Pump/W top to the bottom of it?

i got the swiftech, basically same pump for looks, i am piping it right in using a M/F adapter with a M/M 5mm extender and then putting both the res and pump together. didnt want tubing inbetween. maybe there is an easier way but this is my first go at watercooling. fittings should be here tomorrow.

i should also mention im using the side holes.. bottom is a drain coming off of the res
Edited by Talinthis - 3/2/14 at 9:14pm
post #1615 of 2114
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Anyone know of alternatives sources for the uv bulb (for cylinder reservoirs)?

Just google UV CCFL, Sharkoon and Revoltech make them. You can take the ends of and remove the bulb which will fit in the res, they come in size 4" to 12" I think.

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post #1616 of 2114
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I just got a FrozenQ 250mm res, how would I just screw in a D5 Vario Pump/W top to the bottom of it?

^ what he said
Frozencpu has some impressive choices as well, though if you are in canada like i am you try to avoid buying from them since shipping is like 25 dollars
post #1617 of 2114
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^ what he said
Frozencpu has some impressive choices as well, though if you are in canada like i am you try to avoid buying from them since shipping is like 25 dollars

Do they fit? I imagine they would just screw on but the thread would have to match.
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Don't bother buying specialty UV CCFLs, they're all the same more or less. You can buy off brand, name brand, whatever it's just a tiny class tube with a phosphor inside a plastic tube with some cheap inverter.

I'm wondering why no one has stepped in and made some powerful CCFLs for PC enthusiasts. All it would take is acrylic-glass pipes, some phosphor tanks of the various gasses you need, and some knowledge about how to wire in the prongs that heat the phosphor. Maybe pass through the AC line through PCI backplates to avoid the use of cheap inverters. Some high quality CCFLs would sell like hotcakes in this hobby, yet all we have are those wimpy CCFLs in those tiny glass tubes. Anyways, that's enough of my rant, you can just hardmod a CCFL to slide into the res through a G1/4" cap.
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Do they fit? I imagine they would just screw on but the thread would have to match.

im not sure if they have threads or not, the couple i got i just slide in the tube just like frozenq's one you get. i had to pad the bottom of the light so they didnt fall out though they were pretty loose
post #1620 of 2114
I just bought some CCFLs but they have the square piece on both ends, how do I take them off so I can put them through the res since the hole is a small diameter? Can I use a dremel to cut off the square pieces and put the UV bulb directly in it?
Edited by Midnite8 - 3/6/14 at 1:05pm
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