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When jumping the PSU to prime the pump, bleed air out of the system, and do a leak test, is it not recommended to disconnect all the other power connector (12V SATA power connector, CPU power connector, PCIE power connectors, etc.) from the internal components also? I mean they are still connected to the PSU so I'm thinking that still makes them vulnerable to damage in case there's a leak, right?
post #32 of 33
when i do it i unplug the cpu power cable, but I left the gpu one on. if the mobo doesnt power up, the gpu has 0 chance of starting up.(part of a gpus power also comes from the pci-e lane itself)
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Ok. When you're already bleedong the loop, where will the air bubbles go when you tilt the case? Will they automatically go to the reservoir and to the fill port? And why does this happen, is it because of the pressure difference between the outside environment and the inside of the loop? If so, what does the bleed hole that's in the reservoir window do?
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