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I have no input here?

Does the best one go to EK? XSPC? Swiftech?
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Not sure if I understand the question fully, but if you're asking for the best res:
A res is a res- all they do is hold the water. With that said, you'll be fine with pretty much anything you can find. Find one you like the looks of and one that is affordable for you.
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Reservoirs are personal, you don't need one, a fill port will do, but they are nice. Id get one the you can refill without opening your case.
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Do you care about looks at all?
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Yeah looks are pretty important. But functionality over everything imo.
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All depends on your chosen pump and how you set up your loop.
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post #8 of 21
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Pump I've selected is Swiftech MCP35x. What's the difference between a large square pump or a small circular one?
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You mean the large, circular pump (655) and the small square one? You want the one you have chosen. I have two MCP35X pumps with two MCP35X-RES Revision 2 reservoirs. Factory integration means no additional fittings required, less tubing used and fewer points of failure.



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post #10 of 21
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That looks incredible! Not gonna lie...

But I actually meant to say reservoir, not pump, haha. Sorry!

I'm planning on getting one of those LittleDevil PC-V8 so I'm not sure what kinda reservoir to get. The square ones or the circular ones. I just want it to fit somewhere inside the case.

What's the difference?
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