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how to bleed a loop with a top mounted radiator

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Title says it all. Just searched and didn't find any help. I've had a few pretty good sized bubbles in my rad and can't get them out and my temperatures are fairly poor because of it. If anyone could has a guide or knows how to I would really appreciate it, thanks in advance.
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shake the crap out of the case. twist and turn it, and rotate it and shake it. all while turning on and off the pump. if you are confidant in your res not leaking itd be best to get your case darn near upside down. it takes a while.... tongue.gif
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post #3 of 3
Yup tilt your case to the left for 5-6 sec then on the other side, then the front then the back rinse and repeat for a good 30min. There is a video in the WC essential showing how to do it.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1185791/how-to-bleed-a-water-cooling-loop
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