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    To push volumes of liquid around a water cooling loop, you'll need a pump. Unless you have a specific design in mind, it's usually best to go with a pump and reservoir combo unit, which — as the name suggests — has both a pump and reservoir in a single device. Solutions like the EKWB EK-XRES 140 Revo are what you should look at, bearing in mind flow rate, pricing, pump, and noise. Generally, you'll be okay with any pump you purchase for a small loop.
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