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Greetings, I have made a quick guide on how to bleed your RP452x2 since I still see some people asking or complaining that this thing is a pain to bleed. I have not had this problem since day one, so this leads me to believe that you are doing it wrong, or you just have some bad luck with it, so here's a quick run through..

First off, Ignore the Koolance manual, it'll tell you to install the "u" pipe on the bottom, baffle in left reservoir, short plug for serial... This did not work for me.

Another is you can follow Martin's guide (excellent guide), which can be found LINK HERE...
In Martin's guide, it is suggested that you have your RP452 unit or the entire case upright for maximum bleeding effectiveness, now this works when I had all my stuff inside my HAF X, it was still heavy, but move-able at least. Now with a huge Caselabs + Pedestal, like many of us that has double wide cases or just cases that weighs like 70LBS, tipping or moving it becomes either a 2 person job or it's just not possible, now this is where my tactic comes in handy.

Finally, please note that this RP452x2 unit is a rev 1.2, Koolance has a rev 1, 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3, and finally a 2.0 which is a complete over haul. This guide should work on all the revisions except 2.0, 2.0 should be easier to bleed regardless due to both inlet / outlet is places at the bottom, allowing air to move to the top rather easily, well at least in theory.. Another in theory is this guide should work on 1.0, 1.1 and 1.3 revision RP452 units as the ports are similar, exception of 1.3 which PUMP1 and PUMP2 actually coincides with the reservoir sides, v1.0 to 1.2 is swapped (P1 Inlet in back is P2 front, and vise versa).. Don't yell at me, Koolance made it this way.. Also, the bleed kit is a optional accessory for v1.0 and 1.1, Koolance was giving them out for free a while back, not sure if they are doing so now, 1.2 comes with the bleed pipe as standard. The "u" connector has always been a optional accessory as far as I know except for rev 2.0...

OK, I'm going to try to make this as simple as possible, with PICS and Crayola !!!


Simply put, there are 2 RP452 units in my system, one is red and the other is blue.

Red Loop is Res, CPU, Aquaero Block, Radiator, Res
Blue Loop is Red, GPU 1, GPU 2, GPU 3, Radiator 1, Radiator 2, Radiator 3, res

NO Baffle in RESERVOIR 1
BLEED PIPE and LONG PLUG is used in RESERVOIR 2
Both PUMPS installed and running in serial
U Connector on TOP, which should be labeled >> P1 OUT, P2 IN
P2 OUT goes to my first block, etc, etc, etc.. and routes back into my P1 IN

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If you have followed this guide exactly to the letter, then you should have no need to tilt or flip your case what so ever, also I have used this method of refilling my loop after ripping it apart for 4-5 times at least, and each time my loop takes no longer then 15 minutes per unit to get going (by going, I mean flow is travelling at a good rate to let the bleeding start). The complete bleed process (by complete, I mean at least 99% of the air and bubbles has been successfully purged from my loop) for my CPU loop is less then a day since it's much shorter, My GPU loop however due to having 3 radiators + 3 blocks, takes 4-5 days to bleed entirely so refill twice a day is required (I usually do it once in the morning and once at night)..

Some Notes that I feel worth mentioning..

1)The Front ports are useless, I don't use them, I just use the top ports and a 60ML syringe that I got from my local veterinarian. I also use my missus baster from time to time, they come in all shapes and sizes.
1A)The Front ports are useful if you are using Martin's guide, reservoir is upright when filling..

2)When the unit is filled and running, the unit will pressure jet the water out if you leave the cap off and turn off the pumps, especially if you have installed your reservoir at a low point in your case, becareful..

3)The bleed pipe will look like the nickel is wearing off over time, tho I have not replaced them yet, they seem to have no effect on the loop what so ever.

4)Words can't describe how easy it is to work on the unit when VL3N-MG quick disconnects are used, I can have my entire loop pulled apart and removed from case in 10 minutes without draining or spilling a drop of water. (care should still be given to ensure a drip free environment, use a towel)

5)LEDs makes it shine better, just a personal preference here.

6)oh right, almost forgot.. If your flow is insanely high, talking probably 2GPM or higher, when I was testing my reservoirs with only a radiator, the flow can actually pull the silver coil into the inlet, but once a block in installed, the flow gets lowered a bit and the problem goes away. As of speaking, the CPU loop flow rate is 1.6GPM and the silver coil is happily just sitting in the left reservoir.

Thanks to Martin for his review which helped saved me a lot of time, and Koolance for making such a sexy product...

Please feel free to ask me any questions on here, I'll check it occasionally.
Edited by frank anderson - 4/22/12 at 9:58am
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Is that a massive air bubble in the left reservoir/compartment? Are you happy with it looking like that? I wouldn't be, but I have a rev2.0 with absolutely no visible air bubbles in it whatsoever...
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Is that a massive air bubble in the left reservoir/compartment? Are you happy with it looking like that? I wouldn't be, but I have a rev2.0 with absolutely no visible air bubbles in it whatsoever...

Yep, that's the pocket of air that all the air get's trapped in, You can fill it up if you like, but I don't bother. It'll eventually still have a air pocket as water dissipates.
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is this second edition guide?
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is this second edition guide?
No it's clearly a pre-2.0 res.
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I signed up to overclock.net just to say thanx a million!!!

I've got a RP-452X2 Rev 1.3 which has been running great with just one PMP-450 (Laing D5) and a Koolance CPU370 block. I bought a GTX 680 and the Koolance water block for it and decided to add the additional pump while I was at it!

JEEEEESUS CHRIST!!!! What a nightmare!! Until I found this thread!!!! Thank you Cookie Monste........errrrrr...Frank. I owe you big time!!! thumb.gif It worked just like you said!!!

Something about this res doesn't like two pumps unless you do it exactly this way!!!

Thanks again!!!

Check your six,

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P.S. I sent this as a PM, but wanted everyone to see in the thread. IF YOU'RE looking...THIS WORKS!

P.S.S.

Also.....the quick disconnects are a must, I absolutely agree. If you don't have some, Get some! I need a set at the radiator and a set at the resevoir/pump! It makes for taking out components so much easier!!!
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I dont even own the stuff. But I sat here and drank a cup of coffee and read the WHOLE. DARN. THING. thumb.gif
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I dont even own the stuff. But I sat here and drank a cup of coffee and read the WHOLE. DARN. THING. thumb.gif

That made me laugh out loud.
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Something about this res doesn't like two pumps unless you do it exactly this way!!!

I did the Series Pumps (Alternate) Combined Pumping Loop configuration with 2 pumps, and I had no issues bleeding my RP452x2 rev 1.3. However, I did tilt my case upside down just so I can fill the top RX360 rad. Once the top rad was full, pumps are quiet and good strong positive flow through 5 water blocks and 2 rads (360 and 240) within 10 minutes. I let run overnight and top the reservior off the next day.. and it works great. The microbubbles on the front face takes a while to get rid of... but it does go away.
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I have one, seeing there on your case looking beautiful almost makes me want to reinstall it. ALMOST
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