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post #11 of 17
Yay for everything going fine so far! thumb.gif

You should close the loop, then tilt it around and/or shake it back and forth (gently, GENTLY... but firmly) and preform every sort of acrobatics you deem safe. That is the fastest way to get rid of all of the air. The biggest cause for noise in loop is pesky air bubble in wrong place. As the air comes out, you refill it when need.
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okies, thanks. I would have though the loop would have needed to be open to let all the air bubbles out. Do they just hang out in the reservoir once the air is out of the loop when it's closed?
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post #13 of 17
The air bubbles, in ideal case, will gather in res. Dynamically you only need the air to be let out when you are filling in new volume. Once most of the volume of loop is occupied by liquid, what gas remains will not be able to hinder its flow.

In your case, most of your air will be in top radiator, but a firm shake and running pump will collect them in to res. Think of res as a dream catcher. It catches all the bad bubbles that can cause you nightmares. biggrin.gif

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Awesome, thanks for all your help!
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post #15 of 17
What cidd basically said. Be careful when tilting the case, don't let the inlet of the pump run dry.

On my setup i tilted it forward (lean it as close as you can close to the ground, but not to the point the pump runs dry or suck in air) and let it run for a hour, shake the case to try release trap air. Turn the case back up right and top off with water if needed. Then flip it backward and do the same method as forward, repeat the step as much is needed to releasE air. What I also found out that works is use the pump control speed if you have one turn it down then back up, this helps push and release trap air.
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By the way your system looks awesome thumb.gif
    
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post #17 of 17
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Thanks everyone for all your help, computer is up and running and the temps look pretty good so far. At idle the CPU is at 26 degrees and all three GPU are at 28 degrees...still installing games/drivers ect. but will be OC my CPU and GPUs soon and running some benchmarks to see if the temps work out then as well.
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