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[WTB] Water Cooling Reservoir needed fast!

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  1. Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm looking for a good used WC reservoir, since I cracked my Micro res while tightening the barbs. I'm looking for a smaller size res that I can mount in a drive bay or to the bottom of the drive bays (even w/double sided tape). LMK what you have, and how much cash you need. Must be willing to ship out on Monday!
     
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    paulie paulie paulie...that's what the rubber o-ring is for! so you don't have to tighten it til the thing breaks on ya! Live and learn I suppose :p

    ^it's the Absolut talkin' I swear :laugh:
     
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    I really didn't think I was tightening it too much...really.
     
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    I use this and "absolut"-ly love it. Metal barbs and easy access to the fill port if you leave an extra inch of tubing in the loop to allow the bay to slide out the front a bit!
     
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    PrettySure i got a thick plexie drive bay one, i think the barbs have sme sealer on them, but you could take thm off and clean them up or use as it.

    think it is the one mentioned above...

    If you want i will look tomorrow and if you want it, you just pay for shipping....
     
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    lol I was just joshin' ya, take special note of the second portion of my post :p
    believe me we've all been there at least once before!
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    hey i'll make you one

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    I think I might have been able to avoid that by getting my res with the barbs pre installed. No damaging by me, cause I would for sure.
     
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    Ok, how about a screwdriver for me man!!
     
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    I second this.
     
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    They were pre-installed. They just loosened up when I took apart my loop a couple of days ago. I'm re-routing it with my DFI.
     
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    That would be great man! Could you take a pic of it for me?
     
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    i'm sacking, but i'll send pic's in the am
     
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    I'm still taking offers...
     
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    Reservoir? Use a T-Line.
     
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