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This acrylic water cooling reservoir mount in any 5.25" drive bay. They are individually pressure tested and come with both colored black and silver face plates. Not installing a bay cover leaves the reservoir clear. Installation screws are included!
<b>Note:</b> Fittings are not included and available in the options below.
Total Reviews: 13 Average Rating:
Reviewer: Alex (1)
@A.Jay False. Middle port is reservoir outlet to pump inlet! This is very important or you will never be able to properly bleed loop of bubbles. Designed this way to keep air from entering loop when res water level bellow top of g1/4th port.
CENTER port: flow INTO reservoir05-20-2013
Reviewer: A. Jay (1)
@eloney1 @marine73, the SIDE port goes OUT to the inlet of your pump.
Great little reservoir12-14-2012
Reviewer: eloney1 (7)
This is a great add on to any small system, it`s easy to fill, holds enough fluid to keep the system fed, and makes bleeding out bubbles a breeze. I wish the unit had the in and out ports marked, but for anyone who would like to know the center port is out and the side port is in.
Quality it its best.12-03-2012
Reviewer: Rusasus (4)
This res is very nice, great structure, looks nice.
Reviewer: Zatarra (4)
This unit has a nice finished look. The black/silver plates do let a tad bit of light out around the edges, but its made of acrylic so thats to be expected. I opted for no faceplace and added UV coolant and a CCFL and the thing looks amazing. I highly recommend adding a reservoir to increase the thermal mass of your system, especially if you are experiencing high temps even after water cooling- adding to the thermal mass of the system can really make a difference