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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-03-2019, 08:15 AM - Thread Starter
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X2O 750 12V Pump/Reservoir

Think I hear a little rattle so about time to replace again, anyone know of something that I can pretty much just swap out the pump/res and go?
I guess they stop making these combos
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They still have 5.25 bay reservoirs with pumps...but most will be with a D5 or DDC pump. I use the EK D5 D-Bay reservoirs and have used Alphacool 5.25 DDC pump reservoir also as well as XSPCs version from a while back.


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The Swiftech Maelstrom V2 is a nice direct replacement, but pricier than the XSPC at $139 - http://www.swiftech.com/MaelstromV2.aspx

Monsoon makes a nice DDC res that is inexplicably cheap on Amazon at the moment - https://www.amazon.com/Monsoon-Dual-...dp/B00EURG7X8/ , you would need to add a DDC pump.

Can you make a switch to a small res/pump combo like an ION? - https://www.amazon.com/XSPC-FBA_WASE.../dp/B01FZMLFV0

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I like to be able to use the hoses already there, just swap out the res/pump. I'll try and find a DDC pump...may be one on here for sell...thanks

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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
Can you make a switch to a small res/pump combo like an ION? - https://www.amazon.com/XSPC-FBA_WASE.../dp/B01FZMLFV0
Have you any personal experience with that? And if so, are you willing to share? I've read.. "reviews".. but if you've used it, i'd like to read what you thought of it.

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Have you any personal experience with that? And if so, are you willing to share? I've read.. "reviews".. but if you've used it, i'd like to read what you thought of it.
I did a couple of loops for others with it a couple (maybe "few") years ago. To my knowledge, both are still working with no issue. They were easy to work with, small enough for good flexibility in mounting, and moved enough liquid for a small loop without a lot of restriction (they are easy to run in serial should you need more). They were quiet enough, but a little buzzy sounding at times, but it was masked by them being in the case. I never did any flow rate or head pressure testing, so I can't be of help there. Just impressions, no numbers.

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Does anyone remember what size barbs were used in this kit 3/8" or 1/2" I'm away from that pc right now

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Does anyone remember what size barbs were used in this kit 3/8" or 1/2" I'm away from that pc right now
All of the X2O kits I have had, or can find listed, use 1/2" barbs.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
All of the X2O kits I have had, or can find listed, use 1/2" barbs.
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