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cylinder res's are far better and given the space in a CL case the way to go
     
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I got plenty of space to run my res and pump internally. Actually, there's enough space in the STH10 to run two reservoirs and pumps. I've been tempted to run dual loops for some time but have resisted since I really dont need it tongue.gif.

@ (GN-001 Gundam) Exia, if its matte black and its past 7 business days, hit up CL via email. That's quicker then pm's (from experience). Did you order from them or through a retailer (ie Frozencpu.com, PPCS.com, etc.)? Remember, we had a holiday, so that don't count (frown.gif).

ordered direct on their website

I thought normal time window was 5-10days? I ordered the 30th (so last Monday), so 5 working days assuming they gave themselves July 4th off. I don't like to be "that guy" when it's still within a reasonable time window smile.gif

guess I should go ahead and plan to run tube res's. I just liked the effectiveness of the Koolance unit though, tube res/pumps just seem so gimmicky and inefficiently, purely for show for me
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cylinder res's are far better and given the space in a CL case the way to go
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ordered direct on their website

I thought normal time window was 5-10days? I ordered the 30th (so last Monday), so 5 working days assuming they gave themselves July 4th off. I don't like to be "that guy" when it's still within a reasonable time window smile.gif

guess I should go ahead and plan to run tube res's. I just liked the effectiveness of the Koolance unit though, tube res/pumps just seem so gimmicky and inefficiently, purely for show for me

Have fun bleeding the koolance bay res tongue.gif. Its a pita from what ppl tell me. Another reason why I didn't get one. Bay res pump combos are purely for spacing saving scenarios imho. A tube res is much easier to access and fill up. There's many styles and you can free up the pump and place it elsewhere. If you don't like the huge tube res (I'm using a 250mm), there's small ones that attach directly to the pump for spacing saving functionality. As Stren said, you may limit the bay slots for a potential rad. XSPC and EK do have split bay reservoirs if you need it for two loops and you don't have to attach the pump directly to them. Trust me, once you get your caselabs, you'll be thinking of how much rad to squeeze in. Hehe, I did that with both of my CL units biggrin.gif.
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Have fun bleeding the koolance bay res tongue.gif. Its a pita from what ppl tell me. Another reason why I didn't get one. Bay res pump combos are purely for spacing saving scenarios imho. A tube res is much easier to access and fill up. There's many styles and you can free up the pump and place it elsewhere. If you don't like the huge tube res (I'm using a 250mm), there's small ones that attach directly to the pump for spacing saving functionality. As Stren said, you may limit the bay slots for a potential rad. XSPC and EK do have split bay reservoirs if you need it for two loops and you don't have to attach the pump directly to them. Trust me, once you get your caselabs, you'll be thinking of how much rad to squeeze in. Hehe, I did that with both of my CL units biggrin.gif.

yeah - bleeding/filling was a pita (I have it now, main reason why I'm considering it)

it's not so much space saving, it's just not knowing anything else to do with the internal space if there aren't tube res/pumps in there.

but you're right, I'm going for the CL for more radiator after all - guess I should start picking out my tube pump/res
post #8165 of 22194
For black matte, 5-7 business days. Tomorrow is the 7th day, so by friday, hit them up if you don't get a status update message to ship (and tracking #) .

I was anxiously waiting for mine to too. On the 7th day, I emailed them. Said would be shipping in the next two days. Got a message that same day it shipped and got it the following day (funs to lives in SoCal biggrin.gif).
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"Your CaseLabs Store Order Has Been Updated."

YES! It's on it's way which means I'll definitely be able to get my build under way the weekend of the 19th biggrin.gif.
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Just starting my build smile.gif mooor parts on their way biggrin.gif ST10

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What fan controller will look good on a S8 case?
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Just starting my build smile.gif mooor parts on their way biggrin.gif ST10


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What fan controller will look good on a S8 case?

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