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The round water tank looks cool but I'm not sure you need a water tank if you pick the 735 or the 745 TT kits as they already include one next to the pump.
Swiftech makes good CPU/GPU blocks but you have to make sure their connectors fit your TT kit tubing.
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ok now i have decided to go for the SwiftTech H20-220 Apex Ultra and the SwiftTech MCW60 GPU block.

I have read thats its a good kit but is there any upgrade for it that may help? is ths hose that comes with it any good? and connectors? Im mainly worried about leaks but i will leak test it but dont want c**p hose.
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