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Great pump choice, much better than the one you were going to get at the beginning of this tread. I went with TDX over RBX because I didn't want a three prong block. I am glad I went with the TDX block, it keeps my fx-57 around 30 degrees C. I would also consider the new swifteck cpu blocks. I went with TDX over Storm because the storm has all those small holes in the block, I thought that they may have the chance of getting clogged. Also I like the see through top on the TDX. I have the same gpu blocks, love those.

Also if you want this reserviour I will sell it for cheap and send it right away

thx but on the reservior im goina pass becuse im not sure on witch one to get(thinkin about makin one on the side using the side panel)
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post #22 of 26
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Great pump choice, much better than the one you were going to get at the beginning of this tread. I went with TDX over RBX because I didn't want a three prong block. I am glad I went with the TDX block, it keeps my fx-57 around 30 degrees C. I would also consider the new swifteck cpu blocks. I went with TDX over Storm because the storm has all those small holes in the block, I thought that they may have the chance of getting clogged. Also I like the see through top on the TDX. I have the same gpu blocks, love those.

Also if you want this reserviour I will sell it for cheap and send it right away



Here is a pic of my rig

Nice setup there what kind of reserviour is that?
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post #23 of 26
sounds good, good luck with your build. I had a lot of fun putting mine together.
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post #24 of 26
Its a thermochill, I ordered straight from the UK

http://www.thermochill.com/index.php
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post #25 of 26
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Im prob going to get that one it will look good in the Custom case that im building.
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post #26 of 26
That reservoir is beautiful and huge. I am sure that you will like it. One think you may want to consider is that it doesn’t do as good of a job as other reservoirs taking air bubbles out of the system but it does do the job. It just takes a little longer during the initial setup. Thermochill sends a piece of filter/foam with it but I didn't use it. Maybe that is why it took me longer to get the air out. Another thing the 10" model is bigger than I thought it would be. I would probably buy the 6" model now but then again, I would have less water in my system if I did that. Good luck
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