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Would I have to bleed the lines every time I move the computer? I ask because I run a LAN club at school and I bring my comp into school for the gaming.
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Once it's been bled you shouldn't have to re-bleed it unless you drain and re-fill it. You might want to drain it if you're moving it a great distance though...I've never moved my computer with water inside, so I can't speak from experience.
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what the hell is in that res Tufelhunden?
it's blue with bubbles lol!
Like that huh! Bubbles on top of bubbles. I think it was due to the Water Wetter I put in the loop. I did bleed it all out in about 45 minutes though.
    
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post #14 of 24
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in his pic
intake is the circular side
outgoing is the one going up
Is it possible to run that pump with the one going up, well going down, straight into a radiator? and the circular side as the intake?
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Would I have to bleed the lines every time I move the computer? I ask because I run a LAN club at school and I bring my comp into school for the gaming.
with a res it tends to suck in a bit of air whenever the PC gets moved alot. not much and it'll vary depending on he reservoir. if you get those big, expensive tube ones and your intake is at the bottom it's not likely to suck in much air as say, a single-bay res.

with a T-line i haven't had air get in unless i had a loose barb or had purposefully turned the fill line funny.
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Is it possible to run that pump with the one going up, well going down, straight into a radiator? and the circular side as the intake?
Yes, I just have mine going to the top of the case. You will have to make sure you can make the bend and not kink the line but other than that you can run the tubing anyway you want. The circular side is the intake.

Depend on how you mount it. I mounted it that way for ease in my case. The only thing you need to make sure is that the intake side has fluid pushed into it, from a higher source.
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Here is what I am talking about.

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Is it possible to run that pump with the one going up, well going down, straight into a radiator? and the circular side as the intake?
if you're planning on mounting it weird and there's no surface to bolt it to, consider getting this nifty little thing:
Laing D4/D5 Pump Bracket

kinda wish it was out when i did my loop(s) but hey, c'est la vie.
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Originally Posted by Firestorm252 View Post
with a res it tends to suck in a bit of air whenever the PC gets moved alot. not much and it'll vary depending on he reservoir. if you get those big, expensive tube ones and your intake is at the bottom it's not likely to suck in much air as say, a single-bay res.

with a T-line i haven't had air get in unless i had a loose barb or had purposefully turned the fill line funny.
Planning on getting this one.

But then I saw this one and it's use of baffles.
post #20 of 24
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Firestorm252 View Post
if you're planning on mounting it weird and there's no surface to bolt it to, consider getting this nifty little thing:
Laing D4/D5 Pump Bracket

kinda wish it was out when i did my loop(s) but hey, c'est la vie.
Check my Velocity build in my sig please, My case has a divider in the middle and I wanted to mount the pump upside down on the divider.
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