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post #1 of 8
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As the title says, i added an ek waterblock to my loop and now my water levels drop a lot faster than before... Is this normal? There are no leaks at all and temps are higher than expected... Could it be the block? I have no idea where to start on this issue.

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you drained the loop added block then filled bleed but not all air out so that could be the reason
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post #3 of 8
Yes, there is most likely a pocket air that is still trapped somewhere in your loop.
post #4 of 8
Air bubbles! Once your volume settles out and stays constant, feel free to add more coolant.
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It took mine quite a while to get all the bubbles out actually, every once in a while i would hear one shoot into the res. Dont worry about it too much though, I wouldnt do any benching on it till your water settles
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GPU is thirsty, 'tis all.

In all seriousness, if you don't spot a leak anywhere, it's simply air pockets that you thought were removed, removing themselves. Quite natural, really.
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post #7 of 8
The best way to get the air out is tilting your case in a 360 degree motion, give it a try.
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Thanks for all the tips... I wasn't getting email updates on subscriptions and completely forgot i had posted this. It is all settled now as you guys said it would be. I am about ready to drain it all and put in new tubes and bet my new res installed!
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