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All right water cooling gurus! I'm collecting some new water cooling parts to redo my rig. I"m switching to rigid tubing and need your help with my reservoir/ pump..

After seeing @joejoe69's rig I fell in love with it..


I love the cylinder reservoir and pump how they are attatched. I purchased a 250ml Bitspower cylinder reservoir and have a D5 water pump.. I'm wondering what I need to buy to make this happen.. i've been trying to figure it out and decided to finally ask for help. I've seen all kinds of pump tops I can buy but I want to get advice before I spend money on components that won't work.

I've seen people use extenders which works but I like how this looks like the cylinder threads into the top. Any suggestions would help me a million!!

My Reservoir:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_318_657&products_id=26443

My Current Setup:



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You need a BP Mod Top:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12199/ex-pmp-122/Bitspower_D5_MCP655_Extreme_Pump_Mod_Top_V2_-_Acetal_BP-D5TOPP2EX-BK.html

as well as an adapter to connect the res:
http://www.bitspower.com.tw/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=6_59&products_id=3135
I couldn't find the adapter by itself anywhere except the BP site, and their stock says 0. However, I don't think it is updated regularly, so you should shoot them an email to confirm.

The Mod Kit isn't necessary, it only serves to complete the look.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12198/ex-pmp-121/Bitspower_D5_MCP655_Pump_Mod_Kit_-_Matte_Black_BP-D5MA-MBK.html

EDIT: This Koolance top will also work. It comes with everything you need, and for a much more affordable price.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/9779/ex-pmp#blank
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Thanks for the fast reply! Yeah those are the items i've been eye balling.. that adapter is what has been throwing me completely off. For some reason I could wrap my brain how to connect the pump top to the reservoir. You've been a great help. I'll shoot them an e-mail and see if they have any available.

If anyone knows where else to get an adapter let me know!! thank you
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