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I don't get it. I've filled the reservoir and let the pump run a few times. While the pump still empties the reservoir, when I turn off the power now the water rushes back into the reservoir.

What should I do? Should I just keep the pump running and fill it up that way at this point?

Yes. Your loop is still not filled. The water rushes back to the res because there is no longer pressure there. Just keep adding water and running the pump until the res level doesn't go down. Then fill it up to like 80-90% and run your leak test. As bubbles escape your blocks they go into the res, so the level will continue to go down until all air is out of the system. Once that happens and you are leak tested, fill the res back up to the 80-90% mark and you are good to go
post #58192 of 106449
Yes, it stays underwater as the loop now completes the run and is actually dumping water back in the reservoir. Ok thanks, will keep the pump running!
 
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No, if you do that 1 card or the other will not get flow across it.
If you put the in and out both on the left or right, then neither card will get flow as it would be a straight pass thru

You pretty much have to do the setup in the pic or mirrored if you want parallel

Not true.. both GPU's will be cooled just fine when connecting to both bottom or both top ports. The restriction internally in the blocks is way higher than the bit of run from the line-in to the second GPU, causing flow to practically equalize over both GPU's. The minor difference in flow will be too little to cause any degree of temperature difference.
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What Jetskyer said is correct.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 1/10/14 at 2:31pm
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]Alright I feel dumb asking this but these bridge extenders.....aren't working the way I was hoping, when I go to tighten them its not like it tightens separately , tightening one sides auto untightens the other no matter how much force I use to hold the top or bottom. Hoping someone can fill me in on what I"m doing wrong .

n/m I see that the extended part CAN move on its own w/ an insane amount of force ( w/ the center part loosened...) was hoping I could do it by hand looks like I need to buy another tool to hold it in place.

Edit nope n/m it doesn't turn once inside 1 side.


Figured it out you need to separate them tongue.gif


Edited by LunaP - 1/10/14 at 2:26pm
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Not true.. both GPU's will be cooled just fine when connecting to both bottom or both top ports. The restriction internally in the blocks is way higher than the bit of run from the line-in to the second GPU, causing flow to practically equalize over both GPU's. The minor difference in flow will be too little to cause any degree of temperature difference.

Ah yeah, I was overthinking...Editing the other post wink.gif

Schematically, 1 on top 1 on bottom or both top an bottom is the same, doh.gif
Edited by cyphon - 1/10/14 at 2:21pm
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No, if you do that 1 card or the other will not get flow across it.
If you put the in and out both on the left or right, then neither card will get flow as it would be a straight pass thru

You pretty much have to do the setup in the pic or mirrored if you want parallel

Not true.. both GPU's will be cooled just fine when connecting to both bottom or both top ports. The restriction internally in the blocks is way higher than the bit of run from the line-in to the second GPU, causing flow to practically equalize over both GPU's. The minor difference in flow will be too little to cause any degree of temperature difference.

Correct.
You cant run them with ports on the same side,that is the only restriction for parallel.

My bench had them on the top.



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Correct.
You cant run them with ports on the same side,that is the only restriction for parallel.

My bench had them on the top. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

You can just see them in this pic

Typo?? In parallel, you CAN run the inlet/outlet both on the same side.
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Hey guys quick question, this is a miss on my part. I have the 8x3 pin PCB boards for fans and they have a 4pin molex connector, which I hooked up a molex -> 3 pin extender. Some reason on the back of the aquaeros I thought I read 3 pins per channel but seems I was wrong. Can I still plug these in for now and just take up pins 1-3 ? or does it HAVE to be 4 pin? I finished my loop and ready to leak test so kinda wanted to see things in action. If not and I hook up the fans to the PSU directly will they start @ 100% or do they default to 60%?

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Hey guys quick question, this is a miss on my part. I have the 8x3 pin PCB boards for fans and they have a 4pin molex connector, which I hooked up a molex -> 3 pin extender. Some reason on the back of the aquaeros I thought I read 3 pins per channel but seems I was wrong. Can I still plug these in for now and just take up pins 1-3 ? or does it HAVE to be 4 pin? I finished my loop and ready to leak test so kinda wanted to see things in action. If not and I hook up the fans to the PSU directly will they start @ 100% or do they default to 60%?

Thanks.
The fourth pin on the aquaero is for pwm fans only. The molex-to-3-pin connector you have should work just fine. You won't be having rpm readout however.
[edit] when hooked up to the PSU they'll run at 12v, so 100%
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Typo?? In parallel, you CAN run the inlet/outlet both on the same side.

I believe B- meant the same side as in left port on top card and left port on bottom card (since this would bypass the two blocks completely)
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