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Built in functionality of a Laing D5 pump without having to worry about where to put the beast of a pump. Here is the solution, the XSPC Dual Bay reservoir with built in D5 compatibility! (Pump Sold Separately)
With multiple face plates in black and silver brushed aluminum this bay res will fit any color case and also can be used without a face plate for the totally clear look!
If you have lost or broken the black pump mount bracket for this device we have these located Here.
Total Reviews: 13 Average Rating:
Reviewer: thatguy_6502 (3)
I swapped from the back acetal XSPC dual bay D5 res because of flow problems. I am very happy with this model. The pump top is well designed, similar to the EK and Detroit Thermo tops - the result is good flow through my restrictive loop. It looks great in my black Lian Li, and I had no trouble with fitting.
Perfect solution for my Antec 1200.01-04-2012
Reviewer: Bassetwrangler (1)
After deciding to ditch my Zalman Reserator XT (which failed in the first six months forcing me to gut it and install a Swiftech MCP 655 replacing its dead pump and bypassing its uselessly over-complicated electronics) I opted to use the Antec 200mm radiator designed for the Antec 1200 and the XSPS reservoir. The Swiftech MCP 655 fit perfectly in the XSPS and, after a lengthy bleeding process of about an hour, it is totally silent and my CPU is 10F cooler. The only complaint would be that the mounting holes of the XSPS didn''t align with the Antec 1200 forcing me to drill them out a little and one of the press fit screw fittings of the XSPS pulled out requiring me to epoxy it back in. Great product and great service from FrozenCPU.
Great reservoir/Great quality10-12-2011
Reviewer: H3334 (5)
This is a awesome reservoir. I was surprised on how good the quality is this thing has a real solid feel and is definitely not of poor quality. It fits perfect in my Corsair 800D and looks great. I have this reservoir set up with a Swiftech MCP 655 and it fits like it should. I don''t know what more to say about a reservoir but if you are looking for a good pump/reservoir get this one.
Reviewer: nicktlloyd (13)
This res/pump combo is great. If the single speed model of the pump is available, buy that because you can''t really access the back of the pump when it''s in the housing to change the speed if you get the variable model. Plus, when the hydraulics kick in after 30 seconds it doesn''t matter anyway. My only issue with this res is that (as has been mentioned by another reviewer) it''s a little hard to bleed air from the loop because the tube only ends about 3/8" from the mouth of the pump so air just gets sucked back in. To be honest though this doesn''t change my opinion of this product. Bleeding air is always a hassle no matter what setup you have and as long as you''re patient and run the loop for five or six hours while rotating the rad every once in awhile, it''ll bleed just fine.
Great product w/ minor issues09-29-2011
Reviewer: Striker (1)
Well built product and very easy to install and use. Offering a choice of front plates was nice. It didn''t fit perfectly into my bays and the front plate was a tad to big to fit properly. My only real complaint is the tank inlet feeds almost directly into the pump inlet. While bleeding the lines for the first time it was very difficult to get the air out because the reservoir inlet would push the air straight into the pump without letting the air flow to the top. Overall I''m satisfied with the product.