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Right:
Caselabs stuff should be shipped today
Got my pc sorted as my dominator platinums arrived today.
still cant decide on the pump i want (but will most likely be the mcp35x2 due to there being 2 less connections for it to leak from biggrin.gif )

but i will not be as focused on this as i should be because darksiders 2 came out...
once i have finished it i will be back to stressing over what to buy smile.gif

And a massive thanks to everyone who has helped me so far biggrin.gif
post #92 of 128
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Can anyone tell me if it is easy to refill a reservoir that is in the dual bay in the pedestal? or would it be easier to have it in the main compartment as a tube res?
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Can anyone tell me if it is easy to refill a reservoir that is in the dual bay in the pedestal? or would it be easier to have it in the main compartment as a tube res?

Bay res suck for maintenance. Bay res is for people who are short on case real estate. You have a caselabs case what the heck are you using bay res for?
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Go with a tube res. A bay res in the pedestal will cause you problems.
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well how about a mcp35x2 with the mcp35 res ontop?
i am currently drawing it all out on paper, will upload some scanned images soon smile.gif
i will be buying the mcp35x2 tomorow, with a heatsink, and i have tonight to decide if i want the res for it too, as i can only get it all from this one place, and they charge alot for shipping from the NL.
i am currently trying to draw a 3d plan of the pedestal so i can map out where the tubing will go inside as my 2d side plan of the whole case inc pedestal and top does not show it all very well.
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I rang them yesterday or the day before. they said they have no idea when they will be getting them back in stock, they said it could be months and months.
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well how about a mcp35x2 with the mcp35 res ontop?
i am currently drawing it all out on paper, will upload some scanned images soon smile.gif
i will be buying the mcp35x2 tomorow, with a heatsink, and i have tonight to decide if i want the res for it too, as i can only get it all from this one place, and they charge alot for shipping from the NL.
i am currently trying to draw a 3d plan of the pedestal so i can map out where the tubing will go inside as my 2d side plan of the whole case inc pedestal and top does not show it all very well.


Do not use the optional res with a 35x2, there's just too much pump power for that small of a res. Get a big tube res.
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Do not use the optional res with a 35x2, there's just too much pump power for that small of a res. Get a big tube res.

oh ok frown.gif thats a shame, it looked nice and simple xD

would you be able to pick me a good one from: http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/Large-Internal---External-Reservoirs-cid-2283.html

Thank you biggrin.gif
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I woulf get the Phobya Balancer or the Ek advanced in 250ml or larger sizes. I prefer res' with multiple options for lower inlet/outlets.
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