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Anyone knows? biggrin.gif

where would the inlet be? facing down? If so, no don't do it. You'll never get all the air out. It will become an air trap and be a problem.
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No, it would be with the outlet facing downwards; taking water from the reservoir, and pumping it down to the radiator.

oh I see, I still think you may have some issues bleeding air from the system but what I would do is set the loop up outside of the case and turn the pump upside down and see if it will work.
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since that pump takes the water straight from the res which you claim will not be upside down, i think this would be fine. all the water would attempt to escape out the top of the res either way.

im not sure about having an mpc pump like my swiftech 355 completely upside down, but i can vouch that they work wonderfuly on their side




Only issue i found was that it did indeed take a little more effort to get all the air out, but eventualy the force of the waterflow did get it all now it runs great smile.gif
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That's a nice system you've got there! I have the same type (I think) of tubing, just red.

its TFC (The feser company)

Its great tubing at a good price smile.gif i also have some clear variety for when i get some mayhem aurora dye for my loop :3
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Getting your pump upside down should not be a problem. It might make it a bit more difficult to bleed your loop but thay's no big deal to me.
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