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Holy_Retribution wrote:
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Right, how do I view that when my comps dismantled, and I have no printer?
Hmmm... well I thought you could access the internet from another pc (the one you're using to browse this forum ) and you could download the pdf file and zoom it to 150% to get bigger pics.
Sorry to hear that you're somehow stuck mate. Hope everything works out for you.

Jazino wrote:
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i have heard good things about the original also, dont really know what changed other than the resevoir.
The SE pump is almost half the size of the original and the tank fits in a 5.25-inch drive bay. Both are new additions to the SE kit.

Refmaster22 wrote:
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they changed and added a resevoir to the se but lowered the pump output from 120LPH to 80LPH
Actually it's 90 liters/hour

For more info... http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/waterse/index2.php
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Not stuck, I managed to figgure it out using common sense, took me nearly all day though, I made the post with the machine that the SE is installed into.

I have a minor problem, my case is too slim to fit the radiator on properly, so are there any double length 90mm wide ones? I had no luck finding one.
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Originally Posted by Holy_Retribution
Not stuck, I managed to figgure it out using common sense, took me nearly all day though, I made the post with the machine that the SE is installed into.

I have a minor problem, my case is too slim to fit the radiator on properly, so are there any double length 90mm wide ones? I had no luck finding one.
NO ITS NOT

I have the same case. The TT Armor. I have front mounted the rad and fan on this case and it fits perfect. even managed to squeeze in a fan shrould.
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