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That does have a weak pump...I don't know how your going to get it bleed with the Res on the bottom....You would normally take the Res or T-Line cap off and run it for several hours to get the air out...Thats with Res at the highest point...Thats the only way I've ever done it...EDIT: Nice Video....
Yea, it seems pretty weak...oh well..we'll see how temps come out.

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Oh I guess I was just confused. I have the Firewire cable connect to my mobo its just all the way on the buttom. and the Floppy Power Connector... Well I have that hooked up straight to my floppy so I guess I should be fine?
No, the mobo I have has a power connector (floppy style), that the mobo uses. I still need to connect my other floppy power connect to my FDD. Check your manual to see if you have one and need it.
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Good luck man!

BTW. You can try and move the rad's lower...

Hey Brin, He has the answer for you to ever get it bleed right...You will have to drop your rad's down below the pump/res and take the top off the Res for a few hours and get the air out....
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Brin, it looks like there is an airbubble in that radiator! Yes, the rads impede flow a bit, but you should not have that dead spot right there. Is there any way to detach that radiator and turn it over to see if the bubble works itself out?


Ira beat me to it!
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So far, I just have temp sensors to read ambient and the CPU block's temp...just to see.

Well, Ambient is currently 22C and the block is 23C. So, not to much of a heat dump from the pump, even though it is working it's ass off!

I sure hope this gives me at least the same temps as with my CNPS9500...
If not...I'll sue TT..LOL

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Brin, it looks like there is an airbubble in that radiator! Yes, the rads impede flow a bit, but you should not have that dead spot right there. Is there any way to detach that radiator and turn it over to see if the bubble works itself out?


Ira beat me to it!
I know, the problem is that there is not enough pressure. It has gotten considerably smaller, almost non existant now...So, I'm just gonna let it do it's thing.

Good looking out, that's why I posted that pic, to show how weak the pressure was coming out of that second RAD


Oh yea, it was so small finally, that I flicked it a couple times and it broke up and went away. =) no more bubbles!


EDIT
Is 2-3 hrs good to go for leak testing? I think it's good to go. I wanna get back to BF2 now!

Well, I sprung a leak in the CPU block..***? All the barbs are tight..this is the second time. So, I guess I need to figure this out..time to shut off the pump and tighten some more.




****...now the other barb is leaking and I can't tighten it anymore without fear of breaking the acrylic...WHAT DO I DO?
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Well, I sprung a leak in the CPU block..***? All the barbs are tight..this is the second time. So, I guess I need to figure this out..time to shut off the pump and tighten some more.




****...now the other barb is leaking and I can't tighten it anymore without fear of breaking the acrylic...WHAT DO I DO?
Shut it down Brin, leak test has failed...Drain it and see if you can put some teflon tape on the barb and seal it better...You need to leak test for at least 24 hours to call it good....Sorry Buddy you tried....
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dammit..I already shut it down..this is ridiculous..I'm gonna RMA this block...stupid TT...Why can't they make crap that actually works?

I should have just sold this kit for a profit...I'm once again..am an idiot.

Maybe I'll try the TDX block I have laying around..or the Storm?
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dammit..I already shut it down..this is ridiculous..I'm gonna RMA this block...stupid TT...Why can't they make crap that actually works?

I should have just sold this kit for a profit...I'm once again..am an idiot.

Maybe I'll try the TDX block I have laying around..or the Storm?

Thats why I can't suggest people buy those things....At least you know how to do things...Can you imagine what would happen to a first time kid with one of those....
I don't think there is any way that pump will work with a Storm, not good any way...Try the TDX with the least restrictive nozzle in it....Good Luck with it....
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Yea, I don't have any other fittings for the TDX than the 1/2" Perfect seal ones..doh!

Looks like it's onto RMA'ing this block
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Yeah Man that sucks...
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Is it the actual barb that's leaking (is it cracked)? You can't overtighten barbs that much because you will squeeze out the o-ring and prevent a good seal from forming (that happened to me a few times with my rad).
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