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Originally Posted by marcus000 View Post
The new OC Labs tops are now available:

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/cata...hp?cPath=77_75

Yeah those are sharp looking......I just don't like plexi, I wish someone would make a all brass top for them...I probably couldn't afford it if they did though......


I had one of the old Radiical Turbo-Tops in delrin on a 9W DDC when they first came out and it seemed to perform better then what the tests said they would..
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Well I was thinking of buying one of these Laing DDC-3.2 18w pump with a Alphacool Modified Laing DDC Plexiglass Reservoir Attachment on it? With this res on it will it still perform well? With 1/2 tygon tubing as well
Yeah, you don't want the reservoir version...it doesn't perform nearly as well as the regular top.

Here is the DDC ultra with alphacool Pro Top:


DDC ultra with alphacool Pro Top AGP Reservoir


And the comparison DDC ultra
Blue is the regular top
Purple is the reservoir top
Orange is stock without a top



The reservoir is not a good option, doesn't even beat out stock until after 5.5 lpm (1.2GPM)...I'd consider it all show and no go..
    
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