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I'll try giving it a day or so then before I rma it. Just wish there was a better way of getting the bubbles out than waiting lol oh well
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I'll try giving it a day or so then before I rma it. Just wish there was a better way of getting the bubbles out than waiting lol oh well
there is a quick way take all the water out then the loop is full of air and no bubbles though it would also be useless at cooling
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post #23 of 36
haha yeah i hate waiting too. Ive gotten impatient to the point where i picked up my case, flipped it upside down and shook the crap out of it.

I wouldnt do it now, pretty sure my rig weighs like 100 pounds.
Edited by Bouf0010 - 10/13/11 at 4:14pm
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I have no idea what your talking about my computer is damn near silent when I turn off my Scythe Slipstreams the only thing I can hear is my GFX and PSU fans (PSU is noisy as hell).
     
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I have no idea what your talking about my computer is damn near silent when I turn off my Scythe Slipstreams the only thing I can hear is my GFX and PSU fans (PSU is noisy as hell).

if you have no idea then why post? lol
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if you have no idea then why post? lol
     
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post #27 of 36
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Oh and here is the best part. I have to put the whole loop through my front 5.25 drive bays cause the tubing is so damn tight around the fittings that its takes a screwdriver and a lot of pulling to get them tubes off! But with them that tight I know no water will ever leak
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post #28 of 36
haha yeah that 7/16th tubing on the 1/2 barbs is ridiculous to get off
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haha yeah that 7/16th tubing on the 1/2 barbs is ridiculous to get off
Should i have gotten 1/2 with 1/2?
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post #30 of 36
its a personal preference thing, a lot less chance of leak with that 7/16th tubing. I wouldnt bother buying new stuff until you need it or want color
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