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Do you use a T-line or Reservoir?

  

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    • I use both.
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Ohh... but then that isnt failsafe (boo hiss)... if the plug falls out your screwed!

 

I think depending on the fillport the plug actually screws in. If it's pushed in then it's usually pretty tight I'd imagine.

 

I've never heard of a T-line plug falling off and causing the system to drain.

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most drain ports have a screw on cap which i recommend,.. i also recommend metal clamps instead of the plastic ones that comes with many of the water cooling kits out there..

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I have never used water cooling, or experimented with it... but are the fillports / drainports failsafe? In a way they automatically close or lock so no water can come out but things can only come in?

 

Hows it work?

 

-Tom

 

mine has never had a leak and it's on the bottom of the case,.. just make sure you get the "screw on" ports & use stainless steel clamps.

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I use a Res and added a T for draining

 

reason i stopped using a res is because of stories from friends and just people in the community experiencing then break apart and leak. a fill/drain port is more ideal but takes a bit longer clearing the circuit of bubbles.

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reason i stopped using a res is because of stories from friends and just people in the community experiencing then break apart and leak. a fill/drain port is more ideal but takes a bit longer clearing the circuit of bubbles.

 

This is my 1st H2O rig; Nowadays I'd use a dual T system; a fill-port and a drain-port

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