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post #41 of 55
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How long will it take to bleed like this?
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I think the PT_nuke is the blue stuff in my loop, shoukd I add more>
post #43 of 55
That will still probably take a while. One of my builds had bubbles for a couple days before they were all worked out of the system. any way that you could turn the case on its side so the tline is vertical? if you can do that you might try adjusting the pump to get the most bubbles possible to go up the tline.
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Will turning the pump the its highest setting make bleeding faster?
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no on the contrary, increasing the flow will make more small bubbles and not give them a chance to float up into the T-Line, im new to water cooling, so i have no experience yet in saying this but i would personally if possible leave the system alone with it all off for a few days, and let all the bubble pop.. to make bigger air pockets, and then tilt the look around to get the pig air pockets to flow through it to the t-line..

is this your first WC loop? like is this the first time you put fluid into it, or did you have to clean it out? to me it kinda looks as though there is soap in the loop and if so that is not a very good condition to be running the fluid in..

Actually no one has asked one of the most important questions, when did this start to happen..
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post #46 of 55
Looking at those pics, you've got some of your clamps in the wrong place. You've got the clamps on the "head" of the barbs. They should be around the base of the barbs. Saw that in several places. EDIT:
Also, your fill port needs to be open to bleed the air out.


post #47 of 55
Yeah slide those clamps back behind the barb, that was a good catch there Tony....Next time you tear it down I'd put the T-line horizontal and you will be able to bleed a lot faster...
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post #48 of 55
Refresh my onlu suggestion to you besides whats allready been mentioned is I think you need to tighten those zipties at teh cpu block. If you look at them you can see that space where the little clamp portion is at.

Zip ties work really well, its all I use but I went to lows and got one of those little ziptie clampers that tightens the zipties with a little clamp plier looking thing. They are only like $4 but well worth it even if your only using them once in a while.
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post #49 of 55
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I got the problem fixed already..and bled the system. Temps are pretty good.
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I use a reservoir and the bubbles are gone within a few minutes of completely filling up the system.
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