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post #21 of 31
lol good look tryin to get all the water out with a syringe...

You could make a drain like I did:


Just need a T-Piece and a ball valve:
http://www.watercoolingshop.com/cata...roducts_id=192

Hope this helps

EDIT: Just re-read, did you mean bleed the air out or drain the water out?
    
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post #22 of 31
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lol good look tryin to get all the water out with a syringe...

You could make a drain like I did:


Just need a T-Piece and a ball valve:
http://www.watercoolingshop.com/cata...roducts_id=192

Hope this helps

EDIT: Just re-read, did you mean bleed the air out or drain the water out?
make sure you dont accidentally open it. lol
i'd stuff the end with a DD Fillport.
post #23 of 31
bleed coolant, to add a GPU cooler... but the same effect can be accomplished using a T-line although you'll need 3/8" parts...

I seriously suggest against the GPU cooler the water cooling system in that case is too restrictive and doesn't have enough overhead for the GPU to be added. I suggest you simply stick with what you have, or get some aftermarket air cooling... The additional heat and strain of the GPU block will possibly overheat your CPU, and shorten the life of it, and I believe it's still at *cough* Stock *cough* so your temps are terrible for stock clocks, the thing with pre-assembled water cooling systems is that they cut corners and in the end can cool as bad as the stock CPU heat sink... I beleive you would be better off to purchase up your own custom watercooling kit, and work it into the case... but that's just IMO...
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make sure you dont accidentally open it. lol
i'd stuff the end with a DD Fillport.
lol yeh, ive got a blanking fitting in the end of mine
    
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post #25 of 31
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I did mean to replace the liquid yes, just because it says to do it every 6 months.

My cpu is OC'd to 3.3 and the water cooling is 10c cooler than the air I had on the stock speeds.
post #26 of 31
then just keep it like that. nothing wrong with your system as it is.
post #27 of 31
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Thanks. I didnt think my temps were that 'terrible'

And marcus000, Thanks for the idea I will have to have a go when the time comes.
post #28 of 31
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Hey,
One other question.
Does it matter that the water block does not make contact with the whole of the heat spreader.
Because of the round base on the block the corners of the amd stick out a little.
Bloody temps have gone up too, tried some Akasa compound and managed to push temps up 4c
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hey i like the way your room is set up, how tall are those books shelfs?
post #30 of 31
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Thanks.
They did have 3 shelves but I cut them down to 2.
They are about 2, 2-1/2 " High.
We have loads of cables down the back out the way of the puppy
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