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I have a MCRES V2 and it's a bit small and doesnt look very good the way I have it mounted in my rig. I have a MCP655 pump sitting on the bottom of the rig and that doesn't look pretty either. I'm looking at Pump/Res combo's...any downsides to using these?

I'm looking at the Danger Den Monsoon and it's looking pretty sexy. Also the Koolance RP-1000BK looks nice.
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The XSPC X2O 750. It's pretty good and it's the one used in the rasa kits. Check out the for sale cooling section. You might just find one there .
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I only have experience with the xspc 750 and it is a very nice setup and has an amazing price tag.

The danger den Monsoon is good looking to but the price hurts but I think both it and he koolance look bulky
post #4 of 8
The new Koolance RP-452-x2 would look pretty trick with your HAF case. It will work with your existing 655 pump.

http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...roduct_id=2025
    
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If you already have a MCP655 I suggest you take a look at Koolance 452x2 bay reservoir. You just cannot beat it in the looks department. It's just a bit expensive.


Edited by Averwind - 2/19/11 at 9:09am
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Damn, I shoudve checked back sooner.

The Koolance 452x2 is very nice.

Will have to think this over.

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post #7 of 8
the xspc d5 pump/res combo is about 1/2 the cost of the koolance
not quite as techy but it works great
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post #8 of 8
DD or Koolance for the bling factor if money is no concern. other than that, XSPC dual bay res for D5 is very simple, and if I may elegant, res to integrate your pump out-of-view
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