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post #11 of 13
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I have this version of the bay/res

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13884/ex-res-300/XSPC_Dual_525_Bay_Clear_Reservoir_-_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Installed.html?tl=g30c97s152#blank
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by KBcobra View Post

Perfect example what I was talking about thumb.gif
Yup, I remember a full thread on this issue but dont remember where. They had more pics. Anyhow, works like a charm
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Originally Posted by CoolGuy90 View Post

I have this version of the bay/res

I know you do. You can still do the same thing. Only difference is your is sideways.

I have heard people with that bay/res combo having a hard time bleeding their loop by simply trying to let it run normally. When you get tired of doing this, try the method I showed. Then report back so
other people can benefit from this thread. You will be surprised how quick that method works. Report back either way.
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Carlitos714 View Post

Yup, I remember a full thread on this issue but dont remember where. They had more pics. Anyhow, works like a charm
I know you do. You can still do the same thing. Only difference is your is sideways.

I have heard people with that bay/res combo having a hard time bleeding their loop by simply trying to let it run normally. When you get tired of doing this, try the method I showed. Then report back so
other people can benefit from this thread. You will be surprised how quick that method works. Report back either way.


I will definitely try that method.
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