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Thread: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

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    Default Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Just another sneak peek of a Product that should be at our resellers by June 1st. As you see it is in its Prototype stages and will appear different when actually released for production. Both ports are outlets and as you can see the can by run at the same time or as just a single outlet. Reservoir itself is the Inlet. Also in the photo you can see one of our New Primochill Vortex II Flow Indicators which will be available very soon at our resellers as they are in final stages of testing and ready for Production.

    Hope you enjoy the sneak Peek as this setup should make for some very clean builds to come.

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Whats the price going to be around? I like the look currently run two pumps in my loop any chance of being able to run dual pumps in the future with your setup?

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Man i wish this was being released sooner, i really like the looks of it!

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Nice!
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    Whats the price going to be around? I like the look currently run two pumps in my loop any chance of being able to run dual pumps in the future with your setup?
    Me and my boss spoke of this and a d5 pushes roughly 1.5gpm Flow and even on an Asus Rampage Extreme IV with every block for it including Mosfet,chipset,2 GPU's ,and 2 EK XTX360's the d5 still stays roughly at 1.5gpm even with a ton of 45 degree angles used. So it would take an awful lot to actually need more head pressure then a d5 actually puts out . You really only need more Head Pressure when your Flowrate drops due to restriction or some people run them for safety reasons if 1 pump dyes but even then most modern motherboards will shut down before burning up.

    BUT that does not mean are are not looking into a design for the people who do want to run dual pumps on a tube res because i know its on the drawing board for testing at least.

    Will keep you Posted on any progress but with so many new other products still coming out it might be a while before we see a dual d5 CTR res.

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    I like the look as well. Thanks for keeping us informed of the new products.

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    JJust sent you a Private Message Primochill asking a few things about this thread since it seems pretty inactive

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Nice looking reservoir

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Quote Originally Posted by Slinky_1990 View Post
    JJust sent you a Private Message Primochill asking a few things about this thread since it seems pretty inactive
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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Thanks. You don't happen to have any more recent info on the above do you?

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Good looking res i agree, the d5 version seems brilliant

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    I would love to get one for my new build.

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    I would love to get one for my new build.
    A new build? Again?!!!

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Quote Originally Posted by Slinky_1990 View Post
    JJust sent you a Private Message Primochill asking a few things about this thread since it seems pretty inactive

    Sorry for being so inactive recently but that should be resolved this January 2014. I have so many products i am working on and trying to keep active in the forums and groups but its getting overwhelming to be honest. Boss is adding other people to take some of the load off me but PureOC is mine i love it here. But then again if i cant handle the load and be active enough them i might pass it on as well to make sure you guys get all the info you need but there are no plans of that .

    But i am here and in contact like we just did the Winter Giveaway etc with PureOC but i do apolagize for not being on as much as i would like to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primochill View Post
    Sorry for being so inactive recently but that should be resolved this January 2014. I have so many products i am working on and trying to keep active in the forums and groups but its getting overwhelming to be honest. Boss is adding other people to take some of the load off me but PureOC is mine i love it here. But then again if i cant handle the load and be active enough them i might pass it on as well to make sure you guys get all the info you need but there are no plans of that .

    But i am here and in contact like we just did the Winter Giveaway etc with PureOC but i do apolagize for not being on as much as i would like to be.

    Take Care Guys

    No worries bro. We all know how it is to have more work then you have time. Its good you stop in when you can and keep us updated.

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    Default Re: Another Sneek Peek. D5 Version of the Primochill CTR Reservoir. (Prototype)

    Quote Originally Posted by charleybwoy View Post
    A new build? Again?!!!
    I am always thinking of a new build. I have a new Msi mPower board & chip coming soon.

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