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I think I see the issue. Entertain me for a moment.

Connect the loop in this order for me please.

RES - PUMP - GPU - RAD (Biggest) - CPU - RAD - RES

Also, your GPUS. Put the WATER IN tube on the top left (One that was going to the CPU), and the WATER OUT on the BOTTOM RIGHT (by the inlet you were using previously)

I have run this block with a Tri-SLI in the past and had an issue similar to this. The order of the loop is not what fixed it, but the way the water was flowing in did.

Also, During your re-bleed put the case on its back (CPU Facing Up, GPU distro block being the highest point)

Also, to increase head pressure a bit to ease the pumps initial startup. Turn that huge rad on the front upsidedown (port on the bottom) so you can feed it directly from the GPUs. And then you will be able to feed that smaller rad direct to the CPU. You could even stand to do the loop as follows.

RES - PUMP - CPU - GPU - RAD (BIGGEST) - RAD (Smallest) - RES so that you are using all that cooling to your advantage. And you can decrease the head pressure needed by running the rads in serial.

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This shantily drawn image illustrates this. The random blue line to the CPU is from your pump. Route that however you want, but your theory is sound. The orange one is out from the CPU, the red one is out from the GPU.
Edited by PeteJM - 4/1/12 at 6:30am
post #22 of 22
Pete made some very good observations. I would also suggest putting the case in horizontal position when bleeding.

Also make sure the TRIPLE Serial Bridge is drilled as it should be:

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