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Normal to have a few bubble sounds when shaking the radiator on a closed loop?

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Just bought a new Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme ($58 after rebate!) and I just got it, popped open the box, and shook the radiator a bit... there's definitely some small bubbles in there. Is this typical? I've got another water loop that's on a different machine but I don't want to take it apart so I figured you guys can help biggrin.gif
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This is common there is usually a little air in the system, just make sure the pump is not at the highest point.
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Not even close - radiator's on top of a full tower. Much appreciated!
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