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So i'll probably go with the swiftech pump and the apogee gt/z and the micro-reservoir. Do you think its worth it ordering one of those 92mm rad's or should i go with the 120mm lite and some good fans and a 92mm --> 120mm clip for installation. Will one set of screws be enough to hold the double rad in place
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Don't buy a 92mm rad. The screws should be strong enough to hold a dual rad on the back. If not grab a swiftech rad box. http://www.swiftnets.com/ Those can support a quad rad.
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Ok so this is what i got after some pondering on the subject at hand:

Black Ice GT Stealth 240 Lite
Swiftech MCRES-MICRO
Swiftech MCP655-B v
APOGEE-GT
PVC Tubing 9/12.6
ZM-G200 Anti corrosive Coolant
+Fan adapter 80mm->120mm for installation of rad

Now i was watching this video on youtube:

And they say you don't really need a reservoir if you use a t-line. There are some available at the local store, but i'm not sure what size i need since my tubing is 9mm wide (12.6mm with the tube itself) and they have 10mm and 8mm can i use the 8 mm and just tighten the seal? Is the 9mm tubing a good choice? Also can i tighten the tubing by using zip-ties?
Edited by overclockerfx - 12/15/08 at 7:34am
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T-Line
Pros:
- Small
- Cheap
- You can buy it anywhere
Cons:
- Takes a long time to fill loop
- Takes a long time to bleed loop
- Fugly

Reservoir
Pros:
- Looks great
- Lowers rate of temperature spikes
- Fills and bleeds in minutes
- Usually multi option
Cons:
- Expensive
- Takes space
- Can sometimes crack
- Not available at Home Depot
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