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post #11 of 12
The higher you have your reservoir mounted in the loop, the easier it is to fill and bleed. All the trapped air bubbles will eventually travel up and collect in the reservoir.
post #12 of 12
i agree with everything except these 2 things

the best place in that loop for a drain is the line between the rad and gpu. that line looks lowest and would work well. a 't' right off the rad port.

putting the res at the highest point doesnt help building really. air is going to go where ever it is pushed. hundreds and probably thousands of loops have the res at the bottom of the case, bottom of the loop, and the loop bleeds just fine. the only time it isnt fine, and wouldnt matter if the res was even 3 foot higher than the case, is when a rad is vertical and the ports are at the bottom.
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