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@ OP

Sounds good, maybe tip the case about (with the fillhole closed) to push out pockets of air that will be lying around, you'll find them in your rad more than anything.

But generally speaking you are on the right track doing what you are doing now
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post #12 of 14
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SimpleTech View Post
@OP, What reservoir are you using?
The res/pump combo included in the XSPC kits.
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The res/pump combo included in the XSPC kits.
Gotcha. If it were a like a XSPC reservoir, you can follow my guide here on how to quickly bleed your loop.
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Gotcha. If it were a like a XSPC reservoir, you can follow my guide here on how to quickly bleed your loop.
Thanks for the tip. Why does having something there help get rid of air bubbles? Also where would I put it in my res/pump combo?

(I don't have any of the stuff yet so I can't see it in person)
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