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Looks good, maybe it is just pockets of air moving around. I know the 480's are a bit restrictive with their thinner tubes, so bleeding all the air out is a bit slower.

I'd still eliminate the T-line and just run the reservoir or invert that T to get every last drop of air out of it and use it as a drain only.
    
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Looks good, maybe it is just pockets of air moving around. I know the 480's are a bit restrictive with their thinner tubes, so bleeding all the air out is a bit slower.

I'd still eliminate the T-line and just run the reservoir or invert that T to get every last drop of air out of it and use it as a drain only.
Martin invert that T to where? after that 2nd pump?
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hey i want to get couple feet's of that masketar tubbing "something like that" just to see how its... what size should I be looking for? how about the bay res a double will be better? which will be a good one that i can order from petra or performance-pcs? or should i be looking some where else?

thanks...
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hey i want to get couple feet's of that masketar tubbing "something like that" just to see how its... what size should I be looking for? how about the bay res a double will be better? which will be a good one that i can order from petra or performance-pcs? or should i be looking some where else?

thanks...
If your going to use it as a drain, I would just put it in a low point where it's convenient for you. I was just thinking if you still had the loop going, you could just turn it upside down to pull the air out of the T line without breaking the loop.

I just got a sample of XSPC bay reservoir and I have to say, I'm very curious to see how well it bleeds. It has a bunch of baffles inside that are designed specifically to make it bleed better. Looking at it, I think it should work really well. The outlet baffel would prevent it from sucking air into the line even when fluid is drawn down to half full. Try doing that with any of the other single bay reservoirs.


http://www.xspc.biz/bayresuvb.php


The dual bay reservoirs also should bleed better, but I think the baffles of the single will outperform any other singles out there.
    
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I like that baffle in that res, thats a good idea it should help....You can do basically the same thing with any bay res when your bleeding by putting a thick phone book under the front of your case, it keeps the coolant over the barbs in the back of it, keeps it from sucking air....

Made I usually use this..7/16x5/8"...You might want to go ahead and go with the full 1/2" ..1/2x3/4"...Its good stuff and cheap...
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Guys im back, I have been working a little those past day...

Martin that is a nice res, I just was doing some testing as soon i got home from work so i could give some more details "and I really unhappy" and one thing that was hard to do its get all the air of my res without a Tline and if that was some air left like i said before just goes trough the whole loop.

I took everything apart guys, and im doing some testing piece by piece and i found out that with only a res some tubbing and a pump i'm still getting the same cuts on speed, same thing with a t line tubbing and pump and with all of them together.

What I did I made a small loop out side of my computer and i start with all the components except for the wb (cpu, gpu), and started that parts as the problem occurs.. last one i ended up with a tline hooked to a tube, tube to pump, pump to tube, tube to t line and I was still getting the same problem, and I was using only distillate water

So now im really out of options here...

today at times the pump sounded like had some air in it, but I tried turn on and off my psu, flipping, shaking it, and no air came out.

If tomorrow Im not going to work ill leave it at low speed for a long period of time and see if it does any good.

now does it have any manufacture warranty?

Thanks.
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Guys im back, I have been working a little those past day...

Martin that is a nice res, I just was doing some testing as soon i got home from work so i could give some more details "and I really unhappy" and one thing that was hard to do its get all the air of my res without a Tline and if that was some air left like i said before just goes trough the whole loop.

I took everything apart guys, and im doing some testing piece by piece and i found out that with only a res some tubbing and a pump i'm still getting the same cuts on speed, same thing with a t line tubbing and pump and with all of them together.

What I did I made a small loop out side of my computer and i start with all the components except for the wb (cpu, gpu), and started that parts as the problem occurs.. last one i ended up with a tline hooked to a tube, tube to pump, pump to tube, tube to t line and I was still getting the same problem, and I was using only distillate water

So now im really out of options here...

today at times the pump sounded like had some air in it, but I tried turn on and off my psu, flipping, shaking it, and no air came out.

If tomorrow Im not going to work ill leave it at low speed for a long period of time and see if it does any good.

now does it have any manufacture warranty?

Thanks.
Do you have a car battery or something you can just eliminate the PSU varible with. If it continued to do it with another PSU or a battery, then you've ruled everything out.

Looks like you've done everything else, but power issues are hard to detect with a meter sometimes. Maybe there is a limit in current going on with your PSU or something. If you got the same thing with a car battery, you would have ruled everything out at that point...RMA time.
    
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post #88 of 104
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as my computer is all apart again, I could disconnect my mobo, and run it at the other psu, its a brand new one with 1200w.

ill try to do that...

thanks martin.
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Thats really about all thats left to try is another PSU on it...And the pumps do have a warranty, I'd talk to the place you bought it from first, then if they wont take it back go to Swiftech....

Sux your having so many problems, the only good thing is you have learned a lot from playing with it,you wont think twice about tearing one down now...
I tear mine down a couple of times a week playing with it, I can never leave well enough alone....
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Yeah, great work on testing everything out! Most people give up the first time anything is wierd and RMA.

My DDC2 was a freebee from a shop that got it back under RMA, not a single thing wrong with it. The guy that RMA'd that one probably found out after the second pump that it was something else. You're doing it the right way..
    
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