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This is my first time trying a custom loop and I am not getting the results I was hoping for. I am not sure if the pump is not giving me enough pressure or the block is not seated correctly, I have reseated it twice with the same result.



I installed this on my TROUBLEMAKER system in my sig, here is a list of what I installed



 



 



XSPC EX240 


XSPC Dual Bay Res


Laing D5 Pump


XSPC Raystorm


PrimoFlex 7/16" ID tubing


4 Scythe Slipstream 110cfm fans


MX4 TIM


 


and here is a pic of it when I was putting it together 





 



and my temps at idle with fans at 100%  it got up to 89c while folding



 





 



Any thoughts on whats wrong?



 



 



 



Edited by Kevdog - 10/28/12 at 3:26pm
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post #2 of 19
Double and triple check for air bubbles in the loop by giving your case a good shake. Also, tap the tubes all over the place. This is a common problem.
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Weird, I too have a yellow Lanboy Air, XSPC EX240, XSPC Raystorm, and a D5 pump.
    
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Maybe try a reset, is there flow? Maybe the pump isn't moving the liquid. Put your head next to the pump, is there any humming noise? Unless the fan running at 4500rpm is the pump, then this is really weird. Or maybe there is so much air in the pump it has to get rid of the air before it can flow.
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Originally Posted by Evilsplashy View Post

Double and triple check for air bubbles in the loop by giving your case a good shake. Also, tap the tubes all over the place. This is a common problem.

I have been doing this frequently, and there always seem be be a bubble that forms just at the exit of the CPU block, I lay the case flat and it comes out only to return the next day, I see no bubbles going into or out of the rad

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Originally Posted by wsjackson5 View Post

Weird, I too have a yellow Lanboy Air, XSPC EX240, XSPC Raystorm, and a D5 pump.

That is weird, do you also drive a white truck...lol

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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post

Maybe try a reset, is there flow? Maybe the pump isn't moving the liquid. Put your head next to the pump, is there any humming noise? Unless the fan running at 4500rpm is the pump, then this is really weird. Or maybe there is so much air in the pump it has to get rid of the air before it can flow.

I see water movement in the res, and the pump is the only thing I have plugged into a fan header so it must be the 4500 rpm, all the fans are on a fan controller 

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post #6 of 19
Maybe try increasing the speed on the pump with the dial, could fix it.
post #7 of 19
Maybe you didn't apply the TIM the right way.
If you have your rad fans on push you may circulating the hot air from your case through your rad ( you have 2 gpu on air which they produce a lot of heat).
Edited by wingsofeagle - 10/20/12 at 6:56pm
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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post

Maybe try increasing the speed on the pump with the dial, could fix it.

Unfortunately this pump doesn't have the dial

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Maybe you didn't apply the TIM the right way.
If you have your rad fans on push you may circulating the hot air from your case through your rad ( you have 2 gpu on air which they produce a lot of heat).

I didn't think about the GPUs I thought the heat came out the other end but you could be right, and I will try reapplying the TIM again also, good suggestions thanks  thumb.gif

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Unfortunately this pump doesn't have the dial
I didn't think about the GPUs I thought the heat came out the other end but you could be right, and I will try reapplying the TIM again also, good suggestions thanks  thumb.gif
Is the pump plugged into a 4 Pin or 3 pin? Try setting a fan curve and it might crank it up.
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Can you move the Res/Pump to a higher slots so any air will naturally want to collect in the res and not the rad?
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