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If you post some pictures of your pump orientations and how your reservoir is feeding them, that would help us assess the problem alot.

I'm having a hard time visualizing it, maybe you have a pump inverted, or maybe an inlet/outlet line swapped, I know I've done some things like that myself.
    
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If you post some pictures of your pump orientations and how your reservoir is feeding them, that would help us assess the problem alot.

I'm having a hard time visualizing it, maybe you have a pump inverted, or maybe an inlet/outlet line swapped, I know I've done some things like that myself.
sure, no problem martin ...

im uploading it so ill be editing it until i got all of them....


















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how to make them thumbnail when hosting into other server?
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how to make them thumbnail when hosting into other server?
Imageshack will do it automatically for you. Upload your photos here: http://www.imageshack.us/
When it finishes you will get a page of code. Choose the "thumbnail for forums 1"
code and just paste it straight into your post.

I am going H20 so this thread is helpful for me, hope u don't mind me chiming in since I can't help with your H20 troubles.
Also, there may be better alternative's to imageshack but it works for me....
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First off, wow! very sharp looking build!!!!

It looks good, the only thing that really catches my eye is that you have essentially two reservoirs, one for each pump and the two pumps have a large separation between them. If the reservoir and the T-line are both perfectly sealed I wouldn't think it would be a big problem but I've never seen one setup just like that. Maybe the fact that you essentially have two potential openings is causing the air pocket in the reservoir to expand and contract creating some sort of wierd pump harmonic. Water is essentially incompressible, but air is not, so having the two in the same loop may be causing something wierd with the flexible air pocket between the two pump in series. That's all I can think of...water hammer. That's why they make those little copper tubes of air in your home water supply line because it acts as a shock absorber of sorts.

Probably a stretch, but I would just try one quick setup where you've eliminated one of the reservoirs/t-lines.

Also check to make sure flow directions are all consistent. I couldn't trace the flow path really well, but it looked good from what I could make out.

I would try bypassing one of the reservoirs, ether the T or the reservoir and try that.
    
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oh.. oh... hehehe Ill try to do that then, only problem ill have... will be few actually lol but some Ill figure out and have to deal with it. Ill do that tomorrow and ill post the results on that... Ill be needing more tubbing as if I remove my t lines I wont be able to reach the pump on the other side.... and another week there lol...

Thanks for the help and lets hope for the best.. yeaaah

here's how it flows...

starting inside the case:

blue: pump 1 is sitting up where "in" is "up" and "out" is to the "left", passes through the T line then goes to pump 2, pump 2 takes "in" on the "side" and "out" to the "top" goes to the radiator which comes through the upper side of the side panel and reach the north bridge, which goes to the gpu1 then gpu2 and finally goes all the way to the top of the case on the outside reservoir.

now green: same thing with the pumps ill just copy and paste =] -- pump 1 is sitting up where "in" is "up" and "out" is to the "side panel" (and it's facing the right side panel, and takes off from there), passes through the T line then goes to pump 2, pump 2 takes "in" on the "side" and "out" to the "top" goes to the radiator which comes through the back side of the case and goes to the cpu, from the cpu to the bay reservoir and to the 1st pump again....\\


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watch this... not the best quality it was tooked from my digital camera.. which is not that great too lol

but take a look when i start pointing finger hehehe... I was too shy to talk =]


ohh lso my apartment is a mess so dont mind the weird noises lol...



WoW.. OCN show it right on the site cool ^^, didnt know that


Ok so here are some details... I started it with only one pump, the one inside my case, before the t line... and the other pump... the other pump was off as i show the molex was unplugged... one thing was the tline raised the water level even with its cap closed. so everything looked normal until 2:50 something like that when started kicking, sorry i only took couple seconds on it i tried to get it closer but i missed the t line lol....


humm..... wake up people =], im going to bed, i was suppost to work yestarday but it rained so im really hoping today will be too because if not im screwed lol, I only have a hour and a half to sleep =/

Please post comments anything that my solve that... and if im not going to work martin as soons i wake up ill try to run that like u said =] thanks again...
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The fluid going up and down like that in the t-line is normal Made...Is that loud clicking noise happening every now and then the pump? Because other then that it sounds normal...

EDIT...I take that back, it would be normal to pull down but not go back up...Thats the pump speeding up and slowing down causing that.....You might want to try unplugging th e2 pumps going now and try the other 2...
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when the fluid starts to goes up and down like that ira at 2:50 its when the pump starts to have those issues... at time i dont know if you can noticed but at times the res stops showing flow and them picks up, stops and picks up.... which what the pumps is doing going from 1 to 5....
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Thats a little weird isn't it...That almost sounds like a power issue...Can you check the power at your molex with a meter to make sure your getting a full 12volts?
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