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Large pockets visible in the tubing means that your pump is cavitating and not getting anywhere close to peak flow. Just about every pump out should be able to push any bubble in 1/2in or smaller tubing out. you just have to give the res time to work all the small bubbles out.
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I was lucky i guess, I never had any big bubbles, and it only took a few hours to get most of the little ones gone.

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Originally Posted by beret9987 View Post
I just built my WC system and its in my case and it seems to work just fine exept for the fact I cannot seem to bleed the air out of the system! Would anyone have any suggestions or tips that I could use? I am using a reservoir just FYI. Thanks!
OK, it would help to have a picture of your set up. IF you have room to do this..... While the computer is turned off of course..... dismount your radiator from your case so that you access it easily. Good radiators will have an air bleed screw. Try to locate the one on yours (assuming it has one.)
The reason I said to dismount it from the case is that you will need to have the pump running while you try to bleed the air out of this, and you dont want it inside your case when this is happening (it will be back and forth air/water/air probably for a little bit.)
Hope this was useful,
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Hey Beret you got it going......Like everyone's been saying just tilt and rock it around, shake the rad and pump to make sure theres no air in it. If your using a t-line it will take a lot longer to bleed then a res will.
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Hey Beret you got it going......Like everyone's been saying just tilt and rock it around, shake the rad and pump to make sure theres no air in it. If your using a t-line it will take a lot longer to bleed then a res will.
I know! It's taken me 2 years to finally get on the bandwagon but I have! The only problem is that my motherboard just decided to take a dive for the worst >_<
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