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post #22 of 38
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Originally Posted by sethmo View Post

Easy way to test flow, take the hose coming off your CPU that goes back to your res, put it in a empty bucket or jug and turn the pump on(jump the 24-pin PSU connector with a paper clip). If flow is very slow, you can back trace to find out what is blocking the flow.

how fast should it be? any videos?
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post #23 of 38
Not sure, your pump will do 317gph, but with a radiator and cpu limiting flow, it wouldn't reach quite that. You will need to pay attention to the reservoir if you do this as you don't want to run the reservoir and pump dry.
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post #24 of 38
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Bayres are a pain to that, since the volume is low and hard to see. I just ordered 200usd of wc stuff to try to fix my problems, mainly replace the stupid bayres, temp sensors, fittings, pumptop, decent reservoir.
I guess in two weeks in can take a closer look, but then again maybe running the CPU this hot, and making the pump work in a restricted loop can hurt quite a but
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Could it really be my pump is bad? that would suck a lot
Edited by douglatins - 2/29/12 at 1:17pm
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post #26 of 38
During the bleeding process you should have been able to see a fairly good flow but once you've filled it up, there's hardly any way to see anything (unless you've still got bubbles going around). Maybe an option is to remove some of the water from the res and see the flow that way?

The first 2 times I bled this thing it took days to get bubbles out (rev 1.3) and shaking and moving the case side-ways but on the 3rd time I unplugged both sides and let the air go out before it went to the loop drawn in by the pump then I just finished it normal way. Almost no micro-bubbles and no shaking needed (temps though remained the same).

I've been doing that few times because I'm not entirely happy with my CPU temps either but having a GPU in the loop which has excellent temps I know what part I can blame (CPU or the Raystorm block on it).
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post #27 of 38
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I Was getting worlds angry and stopped using my pc, gaming etc. Now i installed my megahalems which didn't require me to dismantle the mobo, same BP.
Temps are the same in idle and better at load...... 60USD beating 1000USD....
I'm waiting now for a real reservoir to use and another rad. If i don't get my temps sorted out then i might go crazy
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post #28 of 38
did you remove the plastic film of the bottom of your raystorm cpu cooler
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did you remove the plastic film of the bottom of your raystorm cpu cooler also are you installing it correctly when i first got mine i mounted it wrong this is how it should be mounted

http://imgur.com/DZabG

woops didnt mean to double post
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did you remove the plastic film of the bottom of your raystorm cpu cooler also are you installing it correctly when i first got mine i mounted it wrong this is how it should be mounted
http://imgur.com/DZabG
woops didnt mean to double post

Is there another way? I did remove the plastic film, thanks
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