Originally Posted by JackieTran
Yeah, that's what I meant.
I it's possible right? With lots of super glue and the right size acrylic
check martins review there is a support built into the block to support the shaft, so no more to it then that. not to mention volute spiral that would need to be machined into it, to make it functional
Originally Posted by BramSLI1
Already on top of it. We do our best to take care of our customers in the same manner that we would want to be taken care of.
like i said best in class customer support i have only had to deal once with them ( however it was not for a failure, just getting a mounting kit ) they made it completely painless and i have to say it was a pleasure to not have to deal with junky customer support
Originally Posted by EVO PC
Just for aesthetics for me. I want to know your guy's input that if I include a resevior that would be located near the bottom of my case, obviously it will be alot lower than the pump. Would the pump be powerfull enough to suck the fluid up from the resevior then to the top radiator and into the cpu block/pump with out air bubbles? I know its not ideal but would this loop even work?
i wouldnt do it personally, not saying it can not be done. but if some liquid was to evaporate air will go up and possibly cause airlock, or if you let it become more then just a bubble the pump may not be primed when it is running.Edited by Mega Man - 3/12/13 at 9:37pm