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Well I am almost certain it is a flow issue now.

I tried bleeding the loop, but it was done in a rather mediocre way as I have idea how to do it better. I simply turned the system on, tilted the system front and back, turned off the system, then repeat. I left one port on the res open.

However, I am still seeing highly fluctuating temps, going from the 50's to the 80's in seconds.

Is there any way to just turn on the pump only, and not the entire system? Does anyone have any better suggestions to bleed the loop to ensure better flow?

The rad is not hot at all when I touch it.

Thanks!

just plug the pump in only and jump it
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post #32 of 45
I think at this point, pictures are really needed.
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post #33 of 45
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Is there any way to just turn on the pump only, and not the entire system? Does anyone have any better suggestions to bleed the loop to ensure better flow?

The rad is not hot at all when I touch it.

Thanks!
Have you been turning on your whole system (PC parts + wc pump) whilst filling it up? Usually you just jump start the PSU using the paper clip method and run your pump only several times to even get enough water in your loop to have a constant flow.

Also fill your res to the very top the first few times constantly topping it up whilst turning your pump on and off. You need to have alot of water to start with to get the flow in the loop going.
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post #34 of 45
Do you not hear your pump running?

Use the jumper clip method for the PSU 24pin (unplug everything else except for the pump) and make sure that you can hear it and see water turbulence in the res.
    
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post #35 of 45
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Do you not hear your pump running?

Use the jumper clip method for the PSU 24pin (unplug everything else except for the pump) and make sure that you can hear it and see water turbulence in the res.
You only need to unplug your 24 pin connector, you can leave everything else connected. Jumo the green wire and any one of the black wires with a paper clip. This will allos you pump to run without turning on your motherboard. From there work on getting your flow under control. fill the res to the top. run the pump, tilting and moving it until you get fluid out of pump/res.
post #36 of 45
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You only need to unplug your 24 pin connector, you can leave everything else connected. Jumo the green wire and any one of the black wires with a paper clip. This will allos you pump to run without turning on your motherboard. From there work on getting your flow under control. fill the res to the top. run the pump, tilting and moving it until you get fluid out of pump/res.
That would be a no.Unplug all the other connectors but fans etc.You can kill a harddrive that way.I can tell you from experience.
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Did you use a good paste?
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post #38 of 45
jumping the psu with a paperclip is a basic you should have read of.. Anyway, like they've said, unplug all the connectors connecting to the your psu, of course leaving you with the 24pin and a 4pin molex for the lcs to work and the pump, respectively.
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post #39 of 45
I'm on the proof of flow bandwagon. I also doubt it.

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That would be a no.Unplug all the other connectors but fans etc.You can kill a harddrive that way.I can tell you from experience.
12v is 12v, 5v is 5v. the only way you can kill a harddrive that way is by moving it while it's working. Just because you killed one doesn't mean that's the reason why it died. Harddrives do not require a connected motherboard to be powered by an ATX powersupply.
 
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more.
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