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Help for Pump Reservoir

Hey Guys! I currently have this Pump Reservoir Combo from Thermaltake. Thermaltake Pump-Reservoir Link . Attached is my PC, I would like to shorten the Reservoir so that I will be able to move my Radiator to the top and not the front.

 

If you guys can provide a link to amazon it would be great

 

Please let me know!

Thanks Guys

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Hi buddy, since in most use case scenarios, reservoir capacity doesn't affect cooling capacity, you could try either the 100 or 120 versions of EK's Quantum Kinetic TBE pump / res combos.

 

From the looks of it, it should fit straight into where your existing unit sits but take up much less vertical space.

 

EK has detailed dimension in their product data sheets so you can check each unit to see the sizes. 

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