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Old 27-05-15, 05:37 AM
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I went for the bay res combo as the case I have wouldn't show off a seperate res I actually bought the XSPC D5 vario (comes with screwring and O ring) and the res separately as it worked out cheaper for me to just screw the pump into the res 2 minutes
work and £10 saved as I would have unscrewed the pump from the res anyway to make sure the O ring was fitted properly its a shame you don't live in the UK as I have 4 spare screws for your cpu block because I bought the kit that came with intel fixings as well as AMD and the screws are exactly the same .

I would have preferred a separate res and pump for aesthetics but it really depends on what case you have.

BTW if you are going to add a GPU block please remember that the biggest radiator should cool your CPU as the GPU responds to watercooling better

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