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I have 3 bubble problems thats plaguing my loop and its driving my bonkers

1. I have a very stubborn bubble inside my cpu block. Tried shaking it violently, turning the pump on/off, switching pump speeds and even tilting the case in ALL possible directions but this bubble just wont disperse!

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Any advice on how I can deal with this?

2. theres an odd jet stream of bubbles in 1 part of my loop. It goes away when i turn the pump to 3 but when i set it to 4-5 the stream of bubbles appear again. The strange part is that the stream only created in that part of the loop it doesnt go anywher or doesnt come from any other place. Checked the tube coming from the Res->pump-rad-gpublock but theres no stream of bubbles there, its like the stream is being created on the gpu block

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3. I have a fiesta of bubbles in my reservoir and the sad part it they're not moving! Its like there stuck in the walls of the internal tubes and the reservoir tube. Also please look at the orientation of the internal tubes, I am doing it right? 1 internal tube for inlet and outlet? or is this making it worse.

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Sorry for the questions this is really my first build so Im not sure if these things are normal
Edited by jello900 - 8/9/11 at 2:10am
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try putting a little bit of soap (small rice drop or so~) and just let it run

that brings all air bubbles outta my loop in a matter of mins wink.gif

don't put too much though

and don't bump your threads more than once in 24 hours tongue.gif
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How old is your loop? The reason I ask is that "TIME" might be the only solution. If your loop is only a few weeks old, then give it a little more time and the bubbles should work their way out of your loop. Additionally, (looking at your pic) it seems that your res is appropriately topped off, but if it isn't, make sure it is.
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Originally Posted by Mr.Pie;14518113 
try putting a little bit of soap (small rice drop or so~) and just let it run

that brings all air bubbles outta my loop in a matter of mins wink.gif

don't put too much though

and don't bump your threads more than once in 24 hours tongue.gif

Yeah I read about the soap method but im kind of hesitant to do it. Wont the soap foam up the water? after I put a drop of soap do I have to do anything else to get rid of it?

Sorry btw for upping to soon. ninja.gif
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Time will work all the bubbles out, it may take 3 4 or 5 days but it will work.

What kind of reservoir do you have? Can you remove the top?
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Time will work all the bubbles out, it may take 3 4 or 5 days but it will work.

What kind of reservoir do you have? Can you remove the top?

EK-multioption x2 res 150. Unfortunately I cant remove the top since I have the inlet at the top. I just remove the two ports at the top to fill the loop.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jello900;14518566 
Yeah I read about the soap method but im kind of hesitant to do it. Wont the soap foam up the water? after I put a drop of soap do I have to do anything else to get rid of it?

Sorry btw for upping to soon. ninja.gif

nope
the bubbles (soap) will just fade within a day
well at least for me it did

its really fast.....dont' hesitate to try....but its worth nothign that I'm runnign distill and silver coil....so I don't have any other additives that would clash
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