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have a look in my sig - I went through all sorts of configs and decided that is the best ...(for me and my case lol ) however I am open to suggestions for improvement.

I think the thread in the end cap is gone on the left hand side so I will need to fill it and tap it out , lucky its at the back .

I was/am using the vertical stands are you doing something different ?
Edited by MuxLee - 4/29/17 at 1:59am
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One last thing is if i do have my res mounted in a horizantly should i use a aqua tube if i come in through the top port if im pulling fr
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have a look in my sig - I went through all sorts of configs and decided that is the best ...(for me and my case lol ) however I am open to suggestions for improvement.

I think the thread in the end cap is gone on the left hand side so I will need to fill it and tap it out , lucky its at the back .

I was/am using the vertical stands are you doing something different ?

That sucks, having stripped it but if you use This then you can mount it horizontally, vertically and can hang it from the top of the case even. That piece gives you freedom to move away from the wall of your case, and that is what i love about it, it is large enough and made very sturdy so you can do just about any config you want with it.
Each one of the stands that monsoon has, has its own purpose and place to use it. It allows the builder to decide how he wants to mount it and not how the case makes you mount it, and that is why i chose Monsoon's MMRS. My entire build is modular, except my radiators which hopefully one day i will have enough cash to grab those from Aquacomputer "sorry for dropping another company in here".
I just like that manufactures are now starting to give use the options to change what we want and not be constrained by only one or two options.
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One last thing is if i do have my res mounted in a horizantly should i use a aqua tube if i come in through the top port if im pulling fr
That sucks, having stripped it but if you use This then you can mount it horizontally, vertically and can hang it from the top of the case even. That piece gives you freedom to move away from the wall of your case, and that is what i love about it, it is large enough and made very sturdy so you can do just about any config you want with it.
Each one of the stands that monsoon has, has its own purpose and place to use it. It allows the builder to decide how he wants to mount it and not how the case makes you mount it, and that is why i chose Monsoon's MMRS. My entire build is modular, except my radiators which hopefully one day i will have enough cash to grab those from Aquacomputer "sorry for dropping another company in here".
I just like that manufactures are now starting to give use the options to change what we want and not be constrained by only one or two options.

I have that cap - its not fitted yet .... I think the vertical stand is strong enough its the "plastic parts" they mate with which is the weak point so double support is insurance as well as structural support , I tried using the vertical stand in the horizontal mode I would prefer to mount them horizontal but I don't have the space / bulkhead to fix them too ? but you got me having a rethink rolleyes.gif

Don't get me wrong I like these reservoirs and especially the pumps and fittings , it just that one leaning grrrr!!!
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One thing you could do is flip your resivoir upside down and mount it like that with the cap i linked to in above msg, instead of using the vertical mount.
I was using these, and now for mine i will be using the fill port pass through to mount my res, and i have not decided if i want to use the grasshopper stand that comes with the stand alone pump cover or to use the vertical mount. I will be able to figure out more later when i finish the motherboard tray and get it installed and get my waterblocks and all that inside to get a better look at it to see what looks best.
Mine is still a work in progress i just recently gathered all the rest of the parts for this build because i got half way through the last and realized i wanted more space lol.
That is when the Tower 900 build started, now all i'm waiting on is a shipment today and i can really dig into it.
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One thing you could do is flip your resivoir upside down and mount it like that with the cap i linked to in above msg, instead of using the vertical mount.
I was using these, and now for mine i will be using the fill port pass through to mount my res, and i have not decided if i want to use the grasshopper stand that comes with the stand alone pump cover or to use the vertical mount. I will be able to figure out more later when i finish the motherboard tray and get it installed and get my waterblocks and all that inside to get a better look at it to see what looks best.
Mine is still a work in progress i just recently gathered all the rest of the parts for this build because i got half way through the last and realized i wanted more space lol.
That is when the Tower 900 build started, now all i'm waiting on is a shipment today and i can really dig into it.

that's some case the tower 900 , I thought the x9 was big .....

I think I will stay with the vertical however I haven't started the plumbing yet , so never say never its changed before biggrin.gif and probably change again before its all up and running and lit up ...
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You might want to check all the bars and make sure that everything is tight, sometimes those things can be a btch.
If you wanted to mount it horizontal you could always replace that piece in the back that is really thick plastic with a sheet of aluminium instead and rivet it to the panel or screw it what ever floats your boat, but then you would have the strength to attach them to and not have to worry.
One other thing i noticed you using a Dremel a lot as do i especially in doing small cut outs and really a lot of stuff. I really used these a lot along with the reinforces cutting wheel.
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The plumbing was why i originally had to stop and that was also the time i decided to go ahead and change cases, i had ordered the lock collars from a vendor and they still had the old version of them which were acrylic and were prone to cracking so i opted to not test that theory and gene sent us some new ones along with some extra uv glue to fix the error of one of there vendors, which was awesome.
This is as far as i got on last one tho.



And this was the first one that it all started with, as I am on my 3rd case for this one build, it just keeps changing lol. This one I completed but I decided to go with a custom loop.

I put a red strap on the tube because it was rubbing against the gpu and didn't want it to cut through it lol.
I left it up like that for maybe 2 weeks before tearing it down.
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one of the reasons I will keep them vertical is because I have almost two 50 ml reservoirs( left overs from experiments ! and I have painted them so I cant send them back I am trying to squeeze in them in there see how it goes might be more effort than its worth


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Looks good , dual loop right ?
Edited by MuxLee - 4/29/17 at 3:30am
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You could always make a mini bubble tank hanging from the top using that piece i linked earlier and all you would need is the top and bottom then. There is plenty i could imagine to do with two extra 50s in your case from the pictures, just need to get the creative juices flowing biggrin.gif

My system has grown since that picture too, now i've added two 1080ti's and another flow meter, got rid of that one because it was too loud. Then im going to decouple the res and pump this time, to fill up more space. Also contemplating doing like you did and adding in a middle port section, but idk i have not decided yet it will depend how i mount them.
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Bubble Tank ? enlighten me
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