Primochill Pump/Reservoir

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by xelaseer, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. OhFoRkMe

    OhFoRkMe Member

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    It will fit fine, nothing different about the housing other than the switch in the back of the pump and that doesnt even protrude.
     
  2. javascripterror

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    MCP655-B is not the Laing D5 vario.
     
  3. OhFoRkMe

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    Sorry had them the wrong way round.
     
  4. Ricardo

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    I'm pretty sure the B stands for Basic (swiftech's non adjustable model)
     
  5. Ricardo

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    Has anyone got one of these, anyone in aus bring them in?
     
  6. Beaistheman

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    LOL $97 USD shipping, what a joke. they want full price for the pump as well. Let alone 65USD just for the res lol. Man, atleast if the shipping was reasonable it would be ok
     
  7. BoxGods

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    Laing wont sell just the motor/impeller which is why the pump is "full price".

    They do sell it in both options (with and without the pump) so if you have the pump or want to source one yourself your free to do so.

    And $65 USD is fair for a top quality dual bay reservoir that takes a pump, has 4 ports/2 loops, includes all the compression fittings (in BOTH sizes) and lighted LED plugs. A regular acrylic box type reservoir is $45 - $50 and it's just a box...

    Sorry you guys always seem to get raped on the shipping.
     

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