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If good ole' Alex at Petras cranks out a custom top better than the XSPC then I'm toolin' in high cotton.
While I have a design, I've decided there's no point. Everybody and their mom is producing their own tops and the performance differences between them are miniscule. Sure, if I matched the performance of the XSPC reservoir top with a standard top, that would be impressive... but, even then, the actual change in flowrate through a cooling system would be quite small.

A real gain might be had if I started spending time seeing what modifications could be made to the motor... but that's not a very practical approach.
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are these 2 items compatibles?

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22700

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=2539

xD
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Yep, those two should work fine. If your getting the 350, you should try doing this to make it perform better

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Not been here in a while. My entry could do with updating to have:

1xddc pro with ek x-res top
1xdcc ultra with xspc top(no res)
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Marcus, you better get over here and update your DDC guys, I'm going to go tell the D5'ers about this right now!.....There will be joy in D5 ville over this I tell you...
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Does anyone have the moutning pattern for the Laing DDC-3.2/MCP355?
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Marcus, you better get over here and update your DDC guys, I'm going to go tell the D5'ers about this right now!.....There will be joy in D5 ville over this I tell you...
I see your D5 group.. and I raise the bar once more!



Tempted to turn back to the dark side now?
    
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I see your D5 group.. and I raise the bar once more!



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As cool as that is I cant see the point. Unless your running a crazy number of EK blocks in one loop I cannot see you needing 3 DDC's.
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Totally agree, looks wicked though!
    
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I see your D5 group.. and I raise the bar once more!



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Hey I never quit it....I'd like that if they had inlets straight across the top for better performance. Why in the world did they run it across the front like that, you need to have as little restriction on the inlet as possible.

I guess I'm going to have to bump up the D-5 thread just to get them all stirred up about this new threat..HaHa...

EDIT: I guess the DDC camp has vanquished the D-5 camp.....I couldn't find the thread, it's not even in the first 5 pages, oh well I tried to advise them on this evil that has befallen us..
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