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does it have a specific input/output? is the right barb the input and the left the output or vice versa?

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Dosent matter , nice rad BTW im buying the same one soon , BIX broke
    
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Originally Posted by born2killU View Post
Dosent matter , nice rad BTW im buying the same one soon , BIX broke
How did you break a BIX?
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im not sure , It was working fine they started leaking all of a sudden , ive repaired rads before but I dont know where the hole on this one is

only happened last night, havent looked yet
    
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post #5 of 47
no idea why they started using those crappy fittings on their rads instead of high flow ones, might be worth getting some spares to swap around.

btw expect to spend lots of time getting the air out...
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bah dont know why i have such crappy temps

ive bled my system for 3hours, lapped my cpu and waterblock, my pump is on the highest setting... is there anything i overlooked?

my idle is 51C load at around 60
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post #7 of 47
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Originally Posted by jamescardenas07 View Post
bah dont know why i have such crappy temps

ive bled my system for 3hours, lapped my cpu and waterblock, my pump is on the highest setting... is there anything i overlooked?

my idle is 51C load at around 60
by going on what you said so far, most probably combination of scenarios-
reduced pressure of lapped HS (solution replace retention bracket)
bad application of thermal paste
air traps in the radiator (highly likely, must actually tilt radiator to be removed)
flow restrictions, kinks.

There are many others, they are the ones I would check first.
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post #8 of 47
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how would i properly bleed a rad? my rad is externally mounted

heres a pic with my old mcr220 rad to show how its mounted
BTW: my fans are not installed like that anymore.. its on the opposite side of the rad and its pulling air

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post #9 of 47
Lay it down on its side and shake it a little while your bleeding...
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post #10 of 47
did you make sure there weren't any metal shavings inside your water block? I've heard a lot of that lately...
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