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if it was me yes I would try and purge/bleed some more air out.
from my experience the micro bubbles are not normal, although I have only seen them in one system in all my years and the guy had high temp issue's until he finally got them out.

micro bubbles on a res wall are perfectly normal. if you have only seen them on 1 system, you havent seen more than 1.


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most of your problem is that case isnt a water cooling case. you need airflow through the rads to cool the water. those closed panels in the front and roof just dont allow it. your temps dropping when removing the side panel confirms this.
i did not read your entire thread. i knew what the problem was as soon as i saw your case after reading the first page. if you already knew what i said, good im glad you got it figured out.
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micro bubbles on a res wall are perfectly normal. if you have only seen them on 1 system, you havent seen more than 1.


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most of your problem is that case isnt a water cooling case. you need airflow through the rads to cool the water. those closed panels in the front and roof just dont allow it. your temps dropping when removing the side panel confirms this.
i did not read your entire thread. i knew what the problem was as soon as i saw your case after reading the first page. if you already knew what i said, good im glad you got it figured out.

funny I have seen systems on OCN without microbubbles, the ones I have built have had them yes, but I tap on the res while the pump is running until all have broken free and are gone as I think it looks better without them.
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that was just so funny when you contradicted yourself. you lost all respect and credibility.
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from my experience the micro bubbles are not normal, although I have only seen them in one system in all my years and the guy had high temp issue's until he finally got them out.

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funny I have seen systems on OCN without microbubbles, the ones I have built have had them yes, but I tap on the res while the pump is running until all have broken free and are gone as I think it looks better without them.

directly contradicting.

micro bubbles are normal and even you admit that, after denying that. now hush.
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Not sure if this whole micro bubble thing is normal or not since this is my first ever full on custom loop but after I re-filled my loop again and left on speed 4 and running for 3 days straight, I no longer have a single micro bubble in my reservoir no matter what I do with the system, be it gaming, stress testing or just sitting idle.
    
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I'd say waterblock contack with CPU plorbem.
(big mistake guys make, no heat sink paste and denying it )

You can always go into bios, look at temps, or use prime. muck arround with the screws untill you get lowest temps biggrin.gif makes a big diffrence could be 80C on a amd but one screwd properly 30C only

Just to let you know, air bubbles or not dosen't really make a diffrence in temps.
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 11/12/15 at 2:02pm
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Ok guys, My thermal sensor arrived and I did a quick test, after playing Withcer 3 for about 30 min, my Water Temp is sitting at 42.8c

what do you guys think? is it worrying??
    
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Ok guys, My thermal sensor arrived and I did a quick test, after playing Withcer 3 for about 30 min, my Water Temp is sitting at 42.8c

what do you guys think? is it worrying??

maybe. what is your ambient? also, i didnt want to look again for what fans youre using because im lazy. what fans? plus i still say your temps arent going to get noticeably better until you change cases.
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maybe. what is your ambient? also, i didnt want to look again for what fans youre using because im lazy. what fans? plus i still say your temps arent going to get noticeably better until you change cases.

Ambient is about 23c, the fans im using is Fractal Design Venturi 1800rpm, but running them at around 40%
    
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If you have both GPU and CPU those temps are normal lol
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 11/12/15 at 4:54pm
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