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I have now got my watercooling on and my PSU is jumped. I have an Armor LCS and an Aquabay M1. The problem is that the Aquabay does not have enough water in it.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/8501104@N05/516243225/

My circuit goes Armor LCS reservoir - Armor LCS pump - LCS CPU Block - LCS Radiator - Aquabay M1

Can you explain how i can get more water into the Aquabay
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Hi.

I am not familiar withe the LCS Res, but standard methodology calls for the the fill point to be at the hightest point in the loop when filling/bleeding.

If you are able to, shake or gently tap the various components to release trapped air pockets. Being able to turn the components around in a 360 degree manner is helpful to release trapped pockets of air.
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Hi.

I am not familiar withe the LCS Res, but standard methodology calls for the the fill point to be at the hightest point in the loop when filling/bleeding.

If you are able to, shake or gently tap the various components to release trapped air pockets. Being able to turn the components around in a 360 degree manner is helpful to release trapped pockets of air.
Thanks again lol
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If you can lift the whole system turing it on it's edge. ALot of people will take all the rads off and bleed the system loose that way you can tip and tilt the bits and pieces to get every last bit of air out.
    
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I have now got my watercooling on and my PSU is jumped. I have an Armor LCS and an Aquabay M1. The problem is that the Aquabay does not have enough water in it.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/8501104@N05/516243225/

My circuit goes Armor LCS reservoir - Armor LCS pump - LCS CPU Block - LCS Radiator - Aquabay M1

Can you explain how i can get more water into the Aquabay
Those are both reservoirs. . . . right?

take the LCS res out of the loop and you should be good.
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Those are both reservoirs. . . . right?

take the LCS res out of the loop and you should be good.
They both are, but they the LCS res is fixed to the pump. Its ok now i got it fixed now though
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