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Hi,
I'm planning my first water cooling loop for my rig, and I was wondering if anybody has any opinions on a good 5.25" bay reservoir/pump combos?

Right now I've got most of the main parts planned out (water blocks, radiators, etc.) except for the res/pump...

I'm planning on cooling my CPU (AMD FX-8350), my GPU (XFX 7950 BE) ,and the NB/VRM/Mosfets of my Crosshair V Formula-Z... My rig is built in a Silverstone FT02 (black version), so there isn't really room for a tube-type reservoir and stand-alone pump, so a 5.25" combo is probably best...
I'm planning on using de-ionized water as my coolant because I don't want to use any of those chemical coolants, and in order to prevent algae growth I'll put one or two Monsoon Silver Bullets along the loop.

The reservoirs I've looked at so far are the XSPC D5 Dual Reservoir (because it's front plate matches my case perfectly ;p ) , the Monsoon Series Two D5 Premium res (which also takes care of the Silver Bullets), and the Koolance TNK-501/RP-401X2/RP-452X2 because of their front fillports.

Are any of these reservoirs particularly bad and should be avoided with my configuration? Are there any other good combos that I may have overlooked?
Any suggestions would be GREAT! smile.gif

Thanks,
4Strings


P.S.
If possible, I would prefer a res with a brushed black aluminum front so that it matches my case... But not instead of quality/silence/performance. tongue.gif
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Can't give an opinion on the best one, but wanted to let you know that they are pretty hard to bleed. I was going to get one, but ended up just going with a traditional res/pump and love it! There are smaller res/ pump combo's that you could probably fit.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/19627/ex-pmp-236/EK_DCP_22_X-RES_Pump_and_Reservoir_Combo_-_Acetal_-_Professionally_Installed.html?tl=g30c107s152

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/15567/ex-pmp-190/Koolance_G14_Threaded_Acetal_COV-RP400_Pump_Base_w_Pump_Reservoir_Installed.html?tl=g30c107s152

But if you definetly want to go with the 5.25" combo go for it! Just figured I'd let you know there are other solutions out there for cases without too much room thumb.gif
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Thanks for the reply!
How/where can yo mount the EK one?
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Thanks for the reply!
How/where can yo mount the EK one?

That type of res/pumps are best mounted on the bottom of the case, but you can also get one with the pump mounted onto the bottom of the res and you can mount it around the grommets adjacent to the motherboard. I personally just bought a reservoir and then used a male to male fitting to attach the pump to the bottom and I hung it.

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I just had that on a box because I was measuring the space needed for the bottom rad in that picture and seeing if I had enough room for a top rad.
post #5 of 18
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Could I place it in the bottom of my 5.25" bays (I have five, and only the second from the top has anything in it)? That would technically be sitting on top of my HDD cage:

(I took this pic before I installed my ODD)
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Wow man that is so packed! Is investing in a new and more spacious case out of the option? It will allow for more rad space and better temps if you could have a clean path for tubing and airflow. It is going to be difficult to effectivly cool your mobo, cpu, and gpu all in that small space. The tubing it going to be all over the place. I mean, it is your choice, but you could buy a case that you put together yourself with tons of airflow and rad space for pretty cheap. That will allow you to have a ton of headroom for future upgrades and you won't ever be limited by your case.
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But... But... I like my case... sad-smiley-002.giftongue.gif
It's not as cramped as it looks (I took that pic while I was building it)... And as far as space is concerned, my plan it to remove the dust filters that are under the three 180mm intake fans in the bottom (and make/buy a magnetic one to put on the outside), place a 3x180mm rad there, and also put a 120mm rad instead of the H80's rad...
I've actually seen many water cooled FT02s, you can just Google it.
Most people do mod their HDD cage by either cutting off one of the bays and then re-attaching the cage horizontally (the drives are vertical originally) or removing it entirely and mounting their 3.5" drives in their 5.25" bays. But I seem to remember seeing one guy that managed to fit the tripple-180mm rad without having to mod the cage.

The main reason I chose this case is because my computer sits next to the wall on my left, so I wanted a case that has an inverted motherboard tray, and therefore opens on its right side... smile.gif

Technically though, I could get away with just a dual-180mm rad in the bottom and the for sure I won't have to mod my HDD Cage.
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Bay reservoirs are not as hard to use as some people believe. I use the Koolance RP452X2 bay res and I love it. It is so flexible, being able to be used with one pump or two and in serial or parallel arrangement. The new version 2.0 model is far easier to use than the 1.3 ver, and bleeding air is much easier.
It is great to be able to see fill level from the front and have front fill ports, when filling and bleeding the easiest way to do it is to have the whole computer on its back so the res is on the top.
It is more expensive than some bay reservoirs but the added functionality and the fact that it can grow with your water loop makes up for it by a long way.


Edited by Jakusonfire - 5/16/13 at 10:43pm
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What's the front of it made of? Aluminum or plastic? smile.gif
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It is a solid Aluminium machined billet frame about 4mm thick over the Acrylic window.
The body is a single piece of machined Acetal and is quite heavy so damps vibration to a degree.

They are the best built reservoirs I have seen besides the Aquacomputer Aqualis glass reservoirs.
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