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    Thumbs up Reservoir, where can I get it? !

    I'm looking for a reservoir that would fit to my new&first w/c setup.


    Eheim 1250 waterpump. 317g/h (5/8 and barbs)

    Gemini Spiral waterblock (3/8 barbs)

    A chipset/video waterblock (3/8 barbs)

    12x6x2 heatercore (Oldsmobile) has a 5/8 lead and a 3/8 modded barb

    Recommend me a good (cool looking if possible ) reservoir... or is there any expert DIYer who can sell their customized ones to me? I'm expecting around $20~30

    Help me out Please!
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    You're probably best off just using a T-Line or making your own res out of some plastic box.

    The price for res's is ridiculous considering you can make them for next to nothing with stuff around the house. If you did do that, the only thing you'd probably need to buy is two barbs to attached to it.

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    Try here

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    woah $30 plus shipping!!!
    I wish I could make one but getting right barb, washer, nut is the hard part..=\
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    GIGABYTE GA-890GPA-UD3H | CM 690 II
    Mushkin DDR3 1600 @ 7-9-7-24
    Sapphire 5830 @ 940mhz/1200mhz

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    uh.. there's always ebay
    *hums ebay tune*
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...&category=3673

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    Hey will this acrylic resvoir from dtek ever crack?
    http://www.dtekcustoms.com/index.asp...PROD&ProdID=35

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    Originally posted by Heatsinkguy
    Hey will this acrylic resvoir from dtek ever crack?
    http://www.dtekcustoms.com/index.asp...PROD&ProdID=35
    Quoted from their site..


    The Original Bay-Rez is made of ? Cast Acrylic joined together with a water-tight seal that is pressure-leak tested. Use this product with our UV Water dye and a UV cathode for an unrivaled look.
    Wonder how much pressure though. Sounds good though.

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