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Will this work on the setup I'm trying to get? But fromt he looks of it, it doesn't have a fitting connection on top of the rez.

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if youre looking for the water inlet, its on that pump top. in on the right and out on the left. also there is an inlet on the top that you cant see inside the res. thats a bit pricey...
the bitspower version that joejoe uses is only $5 cheaper AND you need a res. from the features list of the product you posted, it has a glass res installed. very nice but im a cheap guy lol.
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Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

if youre looking for the water inlet, its on that pump top. in on the right and out on the left. also there is an inlet on the top that you cant see inside the res. thats a bit pricey...
the bitspower version that joejoe uses is only $5 cheaper AND you need a res. from the features list of the product you posted, it has a glass res installed. very nice but im a cheap guy lol.

I'm not even sure what's a good deal or not. I'm not even sure how to mount this thing. Also does this setup have an inlet/outlet on top of the rez? I'm just trying to match jojo's setup

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joejoe:
this http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14767/ex-pmp-172/Bitspower_D5_MCP655_Pump_Mod_Kit_Mod_Top_V2_w_Swiftech_PWM_Pump_Installed.html?tl=g30c107s1802
plus this
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16074/ex-res-367/Bitspower_Dual_Single_D5_Top_Upgrade_Kit_150-_Clear_BP-D5TOPUK150AC-BKCLCL.html#blank
it comes with a res but you can change it i THINK.

or buying the top upgrade kit, you can have them include and probably assemble it all. everything is selectable from the options list.
either way, it would be $250 usd plus shipping

would probably be easier to message him and ask. he has it all listed in his rig builder.
Edited by pc-illiterate - 5/17/13 at 2:17pm
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Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

joejoe:
this http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14767/ex-pmp-172/Bitspower_D5_MCP655_Pump_Mod_Kit_Mod_Top_V2_w_Swiftech_PWM_Pump_Installed.html?tl=g30c107s1802
plus this
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16074/ex-res-367/Bitspower_Dual_Single_D5_Top_Upgrade_Kit_150-_Clear_BP-D5TOPUK150AC-BKCLCL.html#blank
it comes with a res but you can change it i THINK.

or buying the top upgrade kit, you can have them include and probably assemble it all. everything is selectable from the options list.
either way, it would be $250 usd plus shipping

would probably be easier to message him and ask. he has it all listed in his rig builder.

Okay, so I'm starting to understand how FrozenCPU works.

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Of you are still looki g at tube res/pump combos, I have just done a build with the EK D5 X-RES 140 http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-d5-x-res-top-140-csq-black-acetal.html it was super easy to install and use. The only major thing is that I used one of the inlet ports as a drain and I needed to buy another g1/4 extender (the same one as came with it) because no other fittings created a seal in the recess. The recess of the inlet ports was just a tiny bit too small (like down to probably about .5mm) to fit a bits power fitting in it.

If you want a larger tube you can swap it out, however the res is pricey as it is. You can also get them for DDC pumps

Also. By the title of this thread "down under" do you mean that you are from Australia?
Edited by andyv - 5/17/13 at 3:23pm
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Of you are still looki g at tube res/pump combos, I have just done a build with the EK D5 X-RES 140 http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-d5-x-res-top-140-csq-black-acetal.html it was super easy to install and use. The only major thing is that I used one of the inlet ports as a drain and I needed to buy another g1/4 extender (the same one as came with it) because no other fittings created a seal in the recess. The recess of the inlet ports was just a tiny bit too small (like down to probably about .5mm) to fit a bits power fitting in it.

If you want a larger tube you can swap it out, however the res is pricey as it is. You can also get them for DDC pumps

Also. By the title of this thread "down under" do you mean that you are from Australia?

I'm going to take my time before I make any major purchases, I still have much to learn. I'll probably start ordering parts the beginning of June. So right now, still taking in advise, tips and reading up.

No, sorry mate not Aussie, just was my expression going water cooling. I just finished my build a couple months ago and now I want to try water cooling. Yikes, I'm hooked on upgrading.

I also have to mod the side panel so it's acrylic. I'll probably do that first before starting the water cooling project


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I'm stuck on what tubing size to get. The Fittings size that I'll be using is 1/2" x 5/8" compression fittings. What tube size do I get? 7/16" x 5/8' ??
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1/2" is the inner diameter, 5/8" is the outer diameter. You get the tubing that is the EXACT size as your fittings.
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1/2" is the inner diameter, 5/8" is the outer diameter. You get the tubing that is the EXACT size as your fittings.

Uhm.. I'm more confused..

Hard to find the tubing size that is 1/2 X 5/8. The closest tubing size that I can find for my compression size is 7/16 X 5/8.
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