One thing im gonner change in the next coming weeks is the silicon tubes.
Im gonner get some clear tubes and add some UV for added style and im gonner remove the "flow indicator" as its pretty useless. I can do with it it.
Not sure if silicon tubes are better for concealing flow noise than standard clear tubes.........
I've already done exactly that with my reserator Maxamus.
I replaced the tubing with Swiftech 3/8" see-through stuff, and ditched the flow indicator. I noticed the temps on my 2.8C dropped around 1-2C.
I'm also planning to replace the Reserator pump with an Eheim 1048, upgrade to 1/2" Clearflex tubing, and switch to a Silverprop Cyclone Evolution SE waterblock hopefully today or tomorrow if my stuff ordered from PC Case Gear
arrives *fingers crossed*.
I'll post my temps and impressions here in the forum once it's up & running
Nebor: I was using the Reserator to cool both my 2.8C and my 9800 Pro but i found that CPU temps were climbing up towards 60C under load, so i'm now only watercooling the CPU.
My IC7-G is famous for reporting temps at least 10C higher than other boards, but even so given that there are hotter CPUs and vid cards around I would consider carefully before using a Reserator to cool both at the same time. I think the system is really at it's best when cooling just a CPU, unless you want to aim one of your case fans at the reserator which should drop temps noticably.