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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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    Fill 'er up!

    Now that everything is hooked up, I can fill my Reserator up! I used a gallon jug of distilled water and a bottle of Redline's Water Wetter. Zalman also makes an anti-corrosion agent for the Reserator and hear it's very good. I used the Water Wetter because I could go to the local auto-parts store and buy a bottle.

    NEVER use tap water or spring water as they have elements in them that can cause corrosion or cause the pump to seize up. Also... Try to fill up the Reserator at the location you plan on using the PC. I assembled this thing in the garage, tested it at my workstation and then moved it into the bedroom with a full tank!!! THAT IS HEAVY!!!!!

    I fired up the Reserator to check for leaks. Naturally, there are none. I took for granted that there wouldn't be because this whole process was so idiot proof it was amazing. Just cut the hose with clean straight lines and screw the fitting down all of the way and the Reserator is NOT going to leak. Once the flow meter was spinning away, I knew I was good to go. That's not to say mistakes weren't made.....



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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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