As you can see in the picture below the Monsoon Modular Reservoir System requires some assembly before it can be used but once you have set it up you will have a unique looking reservoir. The clear tube that holds your cooling liquid is perfect for those who want to build a case with fluorescing or just coloured liquid to match the theme of your mod. The fact that you can choose your own pump motor, keeping size in mind, will also appeal to modders and quiet computing fanatics, you will not be stuck with one that does not meet your need. The kit Modders-Inc ordered ran them just under $70, not the cheapest reservoir on the market but within reason for their target audience.
"Of the all the reservoir types available in the market, the tube res has always been preferred mainly due to its large visibility and ease of installation. However, for the most part the design hadn't changed much until a couple years ago compression style reservoirs emerged into the market. Monsoon has developed their own compression style reservoir that has just …"
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