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post #11 of 38
The second you turned on your computer, it should have drained that res at least half way. If you didn't add anymore water from the original fill, the pump might not be working (or plugged in well). Looking that the back pic, I don't see water splashing against the front side from the inlet port. You can see water splashing on mine.

Edit - I see the water line. It cannot be lower than the top of that pump.
Edited by RobbyRoyal - 6/14/11 at 3:30pm
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If I happen to fill it anymore then it overflows out of the cap area. I did think it was too low when I had seen that, but when trying to fill it more, it just overflowed.
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post #13 of 38
Put the cap back on each time you fill it and turn it on. Mine takes about 4 fills before my loop is full.
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post #14 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by mrinnocent View Post
Looks like your resevoir is low you only want a very small area at top empty. At least in a couple of the pics it did.
That won't fix his problem however.


Have you checked if you have a specific in/out on the water block itself?
Some rads have specific in/outs also.
When you shake the case, do you hear swooshing sounds from the top rad?
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post #15 of 38
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It did work when I was leak testing. The pump did as you said and drained about half way. Then of course I proceeded to fill until I couldn't anymore.
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post #16 of 38
you just filled it? have you shaken it around a bit to ensure its bled?
post #17 of 38
For an i7 chip u do not put a dot then smudge it all over the top , wrong . No wonder your temps sky rocket , probably from all the air pockets you created or the uneven coverage .

this is how you apply thermal paste . Makes a big difference whether or not you applied it correctly . Took me quite a few times to reseat my block for best results .. a few as in ( 20 times ) its all trial and error , if u make a mistake , do it again .


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Ya, it has in/outs. The left is in, right is out.
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post #19 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by JRocksMyLyfe View Post
It did work when I was leak testing. The pump did as you said and drained about half way. Then of course I proceeded to fill until I couldn't anymore.
The picture shows it half full again. It cannot get below the top of the pump or it pushes air and your temps will get nuts. If you have to put the cap on each fill, do it.
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The chip I have is the i5 2500k.
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