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in the end the res is above the pump and the water in the res is at the highest point of the build. put enough water in it and it'll eventually feed the pump. specially if you help it by tilting. i see alot of guys really over thinkin that area. ive never had a d5 die on me. in my eyes if the res is at the highest point and right in front of the pump in the order it should be fine. ive drained and filled this loop 4 times already and its a matter of mins to fill res close it turn it every which way then fill again and after a few times water is at the entrance of pump.

here are some final pics now to upgrade my S8 all parts in hand new dual 980 tis with nickel blocks gonna give copper tubing a go and get it nickel plated when done

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post #12 of 19
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Not gonna lie this klevv urbane ram is super good lookin! Upgraded from corsair ugly green vengeance. Also this gtx 1080 should be a great upgrade from my 780. So much for a htpc now this will act as that plus when I work out of town and live in hotels I'll bring it for games. Bleeding system currently updated pics tomorrow.



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post #13 of 19
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Thing really gets with it now such a huge improvement


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This is the best watercooled BH4 that I have seen. I like how it is full of components. And I love the quality / precision of the front case mod to integrate the Aquacomputer Aquaero. Well done and congratulations.
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This is the best watercooled BH4 that I have seen. I like how it is full of components. And I love the quality / precision of the front case mod to integrate the Aquacomputer Aquaero. Well done and congratulations.

Thank you this lil rig served me well as I was building my s8
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Nice one bro looks really good, WOW that motherboard really does give you a lot more room to play with in the BH4.

I had to use every nook and cranny and existing case holes to fit all my stuff in, but SLI will do that. After seeing yours and a few others I new have some new ideas and all ready want to re build ha ha . frown.gif
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Do you think you could re upload your pics? Photobucket has kicked the bucket...
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How's that

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