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I really don't think it matters greatly. Consider that gravity works on both sides of the loop, so what you pump up on one side will fall with gravity on the other, or, vice versa, what you pump down on one side will have to be lifted back up on the other side. It would make a difference if the pump were separated from the reservoir by a considerable height difference, but in the nautilus they're more or less at the same level.

 

I've had it sitting on top of the 'puter, and on the floor beside it, and there seems to be no appreciable difference between the two.

 

I.m.h.o. --- Peter

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It is recommended to have the reservoir at the highest point of the system so that all air bubbles flow up to it. The reservoir is inside the Nautilus case and therefore you would want to have the entire unit at the highest point of the system.
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