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Question about reservoir orientation and filling/bleeding

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Hi everyone!

I am thinking about finally building my loop, and I wanted to run a cylindrical reservoir horizontally between the GPU and the bottom radiator. This is purely for aesthetic reasons, and I was wondering how else i could fill and bleed the system. Also if having the reservoir like that would cause air issues.

Any help, and knowledge on the subject is appreciated.

Thanks in advance!

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Hi everyone!

I am thinking about finally building my loop, and I wanted to run a cylindrical reservoir horizontally between the GPU and the bottom radiator. This is purely for aesthetic reasons, and I was wondering how else i could fill and bleed the system. Also if having the reservoir like that would cause air issues.

Any help, and knowledge on the subject is appreciated.

Thanks in advance!

cheers.gif

That will require additional T-line for filling up water or you can put an 90 degree angle adapter on the top of the reservoir for getting the right orientation for the fill port. Anyway, that will make air bleeding very hard but I think it's doable. Try to align your in-out ports as low as possible.
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