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Can someone tell me what the open port on the top of this Bitspower pump top res is for, input and fill port? If you look at the photo I noted the input and output on the "pump top mod" (the clear base you see in the photo) where the in and out ports are. These are specifically labeled as such for each one so you know what they are and how to use it. However, there is no label for the top of the res tube. From what I have seen in youtube videos, this appears to be a fill port only or a "input/return port". I just want to make sure I am using this correct. You would fill it from the top open port which would then drain from the in and out ports shown on the photo is my understanding.

NOTE: Photo shows connector on top pump port but I would remove this and put a "stop fitting" in this to use as a fill port with my in and out at the bottom, correct?

Thanks for any help.

post #34782 of 105876
It's mostly a fill port with that upgrade kit res. You need the standalone Multi-Z version, which has 3 ports and a slosh tube to prevent splash noises. That res will be hard to bleed, much like a t-line.
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I would like to propose a challenge to everyone here in this lovely forum... I would like to see if anyone can come up with some ideas for setting up a drain port and for my upcoming water cooled upgrade in my Silverstone TJ08B-E.





I have this pump and AquaComputer top, and I have thought of running a tube from the "IN" on the bottom right that is currently covered. The tube will be short and rest behind the motherboard tray. Will this work?




If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know!
post #34784 of 105876
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I would like to propose a challenge to everyone here in this lovely forum... I would like to see if anyone can come up with some ideas for setting up a drain port and for my upcoming water cooled upgrade in my Silverstone TJ08B-E.

I have this pump and AquaComputer top, and I have thought of running a tube from the "IN" on the bottom right that is currently covered. The tube will be short and rest behind the motherboard tray. Will this work?

If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know!

Just put a T fitting between your front radiator and pump. .
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I would put a T-block between the pump and front radiator with an extra length of tube with a stop plug on the end. It would be the lowest point and probably the easiest point to work it in

EDIT: looks like KaRLiToS beat me to it ninja.gif
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I would put a T-block between the pump and front radiator with an extra length of tube with a stop plug on the end. It would be the lowest point and probably the easiest point to work it in
EDIT: looks like KaRLiToS beat me to it ninja.gif

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The First Step

 

 

Meh too much carbon fiber. It's been over done now. And these don't look near as nice as the regular fittings do.

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Meh too much carbon fiber. It's been over done now. And these don't look near as nice as the regular fittings do.
well i agree that they aren't the best, they might look good in a well planned loop where there are a few light carbon accents. (maybe its the CSQ effect but a bit different? maybe it would grow on us? )
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Thanks guys, I didn't even think of it!
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