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Stuck with parts at the minute. XSPC or Swiftech

Ive got 2 options that ive decided on. XSPC is the more expensive way or Swiftech being the more cheper way. Which would be better, buying a D5 dual bay reservoir or buying a Swiftech Apogee Drive II. I live in Australia and its cheaper to buy these parts from the US. I "might" consider water-cooling my GPU at the end of this year but not sure. Would the d5 bay/pump be overkill for just a CPU. Can I add a GPU to the loop with an Apogee drive II. Im looking at an EX 360 rad as well. Any advice/help would be amazing.

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The Apogee drive II uses the MCP35X pump which would be fine to add a gpu block to though you would need to get a res if you go with this
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Thanks for the reply, ye I'll get an xspc drive bay reservoir with it. I'll go the Swiftech way I think.
     
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