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post #11 of 23
check out Martin's review

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/934512-martins-koolance-rp-402x2-rp-452x2.html
post #12 of 23
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Originally Posted by renkenkyo View Post

from the looks of it, it seems that the motor mounts directly to the face, no additional tubing for the pumps required? Maybe I'm missing something.
See thats what I thought too. I was almost giddy from pure excitement, thinking that I had finally found the holy grail. Experience has taught me to fully research things (I am a third year law student after all, LOL). I was incomplete dismay when I discovered that flaw. You can find the manual at the Koolance website, thats where I found that quote. If you find some evidence to the contrary, I am more than willing to drop some green on one, but I am trying to get things UBER clean so ya know how picky one can get when they have their mind set on something.
post #13 of 23
Perhaps you can ask Martian or one of the guys that have used this thing before how it goes, but if that doesn't work EK makes this guy:



get the multi-res option on top of that and you'll be good to go.
post #14 of 23
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Perhaps you can ask Martian or one of the guys that have used this thing before how it goes, but if that doesn't work EK makes this guy:



get the multi-res option on top of that and you'll be good to go.
I actually already have the bitspower version of the samething on the way. I got a good deal on it from a friend who bought it and never used it. Anyone need a bitspower Bling kit for the 655 or an EK top for a single 665?
post #15 of 23
I checked out the pdf manual from koolance, and it looks like the pump is directly installed after it's disassembled from the MCP-655 housing, but not additional tubing or fittings needed on the pump.

See attached:



post #16 of 23
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This is what caught my eye.
post #17 of 23
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Originally Posted by xxlawman87xx View Post
Dont hate on my red and frosted (blurry) res. There is nothing inherently wrong with it, I was just concerned that because I have 2 MCP655s in series and my loop is restrictive enough as it is, that it may cause additional restriction due to the way the water has to flow in, up and out into the res. Like I said, I will prolly be adding another rad to the mix so I am just seeking to optimize thats all.
no hate... was not hating... if I was hating at all it was hate toward your camera for taking such blurry pictures

Its ok my camera sucks too.

Oh and the red is fine
post #18 of 23
Ah, careful reading is a useful skill indeed! Is there any particular reason you don't want to run in parallel?
post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by renkenkyo View Post
Ah, careful reading is a useful skill indeed! Is there any particular reason you don't want to run in parallel?
With my case and blocks and stuff, just too much tubing and such. Not clean enough look for me. I am going insane right now with the mess that is my current series setup. Looks like major crap. LOL. But it will have to do until my dual top comes in. But yea that res would be perfect but for (res ipsa loquitor) that dang little connecting quirk they gave it.
post #20 of 23
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Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post
no hate... was not hating... if I was hating at all it was hate toward your camera for taking such blurry pictures

Its ok my camera sucks too.

Oh and the red is fine
Iphone camera = EPIC FAIL
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