Originally Posted by Ticko311
I will check those things out ... i think one of my main problems is my fluid is erally milky for some reason i let it chill and bubbles dissapear and then i turn it on and instantly milky again
... also i had the cfm fans 1 sucking air from outside the case in through the rad and into the case and 1 blowing down through the rad out the bottom of the case but now i have them both sucking from bottom of case and pulling air through rad into the case....i used crap TIM for mounting some artic blue stuff i read was awful on another site so i am going to hit the store and get some new as5 and reseat it also i have a feeling im going to need to change out this milky water is there an easy way to drain without a t connector i have just a closed loop and dont want to rip everything out for the 3rd time in 2 days
but even with all those things at its worst is it possible to have temps that high? i never seen any liquid cooling system even at its worst with that high of temps
Sounds like you still have air in the system.
If you have a reservoir take the top off and let the system bleed.
To do that pull the 20/24 pin connector off the mobo as well as the 4/8 pin. Ground the green wire to the black wire on your 20/24 pin connector, metal paperclip works well, and let the pump run. Starting and stopping the power supply every couple of minutes can help with the air bubles as well. This can take a long time so be patient.
After bleeding is complete
You can't see it but I used a spare PSU to turn the pump on and off. That's whay it slooks as if my power supply is attached to the board.Edited by Tufelhunden - 6/15/08 at 11:35am