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I will be going to Home Depot to get some PVC for a DIY reservoir. Any ideas on how to make it better or "extreme". I was thinking about making it with a very large capacity to get that little extra edge due to coolant volume.
    
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It will have to be rather large if you want to take advantage of evaporative cooling. Making a "bong" cooler might be what you need to do.
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