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http://www.xs-pc.com/d5-dual-bay-reservoir-safety-notice/

We have become aware of a fault effecting a small percentage of the first batch of our nylon D5 Dual Bay Reservoir. The issue is caused by the top of the reservoir warping and allowing a tiny gap to open up. In most cases the warping of the top will not cause a leak and is purely a visual issue, but in some cases it can lead to a very slow leak of coolant.. - See more at: http://www.xs-pc.com/d5-dual-bay-reservoir-safety-notice/#sthash.Tm5MxO0y.dpuf

Originally posted here by spidey 81

http://www.overclock.net/t/1312088/xspc-dual-bay-d5-vinyl-reservoir-warping/10#post_20425139

There is probably a whole lot of that 2.5% of failures here on OCN. I know I am going to look into getting a new one. Mine started leaking about a month after I installed it. I just bought a bits power to replace it and never returned it because I sealed it up with gobs of silicon.
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