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    Zalman Reserator
    Author: JonnyGuru
    Date Posted:03/10/2005 13:46.43
    SLRating: SLRating: 10/10
    Bottom Line: SLCentral reviewed the Zalman Reserator 1, could this be the best cooling device on the market? Maybe, at $200 it mabe expensive but JonnyGuru still gave it 10 out of 10.

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    Installing Hoses

    Now that our water block and rear case fittings are in place, we can install the hoses that go from the water block to the rear of the case. I simply took the hose, measure about a foot of length and cut two sections with ordinary scissors.

    I then unscrewed the fittings, slid the fitting ring over the end of the hose and then pushed the open end of the hose over the nipple. I then screwed the threaded ring back over the nipple.

    Now that the inside of my case is done, it's time to move to the outside. I took the rest of my hose and cut it in two. I attached one hose to each fitting of the case. I then take the hose that I decide is going to move water TOWARDS the CPU and cut it in half so I can install the flow meter. If you have more than just a CPU water block, this should be the hose that goes straight to the CPU.

    Because there's no fan and you can't hear the pump of the Reserator, the flow meter is all I have to tell me that my Reserator is working.

    I can now hook my hoses up to the plastic fittings of the Reserator tower. They are clearly labeled "IN" and "OUT."



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    1. Introduction
    2. The Water Blocks
    3. Case Fittings
    4. Installing Hoses
    5. Fill er Up
    6. Problems
    7. Overclocking Issues
    8. Conclusions

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