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so im thinking about getting this for my computer...i am going to LC my cpu and gpu...is the pump strong enough and does it hold enough fluid? do you recommend any other drive bay mounts that would be better?
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I seriously considered this pump/tank combo when I did my build.

The only drawback I could think of would be that the pump is in an enclosed space and would get very hot and have a relatively short lifespan. The integrated pump is actually a MCP-355/PMP-400/Laing DDC and others will tell you that when using this pump as a separate unit that it should have good airflow around it. It clearly won't get that kind of air circulation inside the Koolance housing. So that's my only concern with this unit.

Outside of that, I think the unit looks pretty nice smile.gif
    
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Ok thanks I might go with a different setup then...this will be my first liquid cooling install so I just want it to go smooth and make sure I have enough pump/liquid/rad to cool my phenom II x4 975 and HD 6970... And possibly another 6970 later on
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