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i have air bubbles after cpu waterblock, do smebody knows a way to stop that, my water line is going down after cpu so that is the problems i guess..
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post #2 of 16
Tilt your case around from front to back and side to side, really rock it around..Just don't tilt it to where your pump wont get water...It takes a while to really bleed out sometimes, air bubbles like to hide in fittings and blocks...Your rad can hold a lot of air to, if you can take it loose and shake it to get all the air out...
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post #3 of 16
is ur loop like this? res,pump,rad.cpu,res got pics of ur system? are u using a t-line or res?
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here its like this,
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post #5 of 16
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maybe the pump is not strong enoough,, it,s pump and rad,split,water and mother,and split to back pump'
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post #6 of 16
u shouldn't split it that will take longer, water takes the path of least resistance so it will flow to whatever is the fastest and easiest. what kind of pump are u using? nvm i see ur using a TT system. well just fix ur lines for now and save up for a real system.
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post #7 of 16
i'd agree w/ flipping around your radiator. i don't see it in the pic unless i'm just missing it, and i'm assuming it's on top so it's likely holding onto a bit of air inside (my heatercore had a ton in it during bleeding. took me over a day to bleed my loop out.)
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post #8 of 16
You will get a lot better temps if you take out that split!!! Just have it go res-pump-rad-cpu-nb-res and you will be good to go! Also, a lot of leaks don't show up as liquid coming out, but instead air going in. Make sure all of your fittings are on tightly.
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post #9 of 16
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you mean to take the splitter out of there but do i go tocpu first and then mobo and then go out back .
yes my rad is on top it is a black ice double 120 rad.
and my pump is thermatake 760i with small rad on top.
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post #10 of 16
why don't u take out some of the hdd holders there's a way to put a fan there and u need better cable mangement air still needs to circulate in a w/c system.

here's my cosmos s w/ loop


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