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post #15821 of 18196
I say use the day off and try to solve this issue, just get it done and over with....
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post #15822 of 18196
Quote:
Originally Posted by -SpArkLeS- View Post

How do you actually bleed the air? because if I open a port on top of the res and turn the port from the 200mm, liquid comes out.

I did fluid dynamics in my labs before and we did have an experiment trying to design and fabricate a water block and test it in a water loop. The way we did our bleeding to remove air from the system was to let the setup run continuously for hours while shaking the water block once in a while. The main worry was in hoping that no bubbles was trapped within the intricate structures of the waterblock. You can try doing the same. Don'[t have to open the reservoir cap since you're supposed to not fill the reservoir to the brim anyways. Just enough water in the reservoir to maintain constant water flow.
post #15823 of 18196
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I did fluid dynamics in my labs before and we did have an experiment trying to design and fabricate a water block and test it in a water loop. The way we did our bleeding to remove air from the system was to let the setup run continuously for hours while shaking the water block once in a while. The main worry was in hoping that no bubbles was trapped within the intricate structures of the waterblock. You can try doing the same. Don'[t have to open the reservoir cap since you're supposed to not fill the reservoir to the brim anyways. Just enough water in the reservoir to maintain constant water flow.

Do like sscyf3r said. To bleed out the air gently tip your pc backwards a d forwards, with the system sealed. You will here whooshes of air going round the loop. Leave it to stand for a minute then unscrew the fill port and fill very slowly. You will probably have a lot of bubbles in ttge top of your res. Once the watrr is up to the top of fill port. replace plug and start tilting system. leave for a minute then refill. Keep rep eating till there's no air left in the loop. Dont start taking your system apart until you've tried this. If it doesn't work, go to the water cooling forum for more knowledgeable advice.

As long as your loop is installed correctly this will work to bleed out the air from your loop.
post #15824 of 18196
Update sparkles?

My gpu hits 80c as soon as I boot.
That just makes me think that your problem is exactly the same as mine. The loop.
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post #15825 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Recr3ational View Post

Update sparkles?

My gpu hits 80c as soon as I boot.
That just makes me think that your problem is exactly the same as mine. The loop.

Do you have a layout/diagram of your loop Rec?
post #15826 of 18196
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ice Reign View Post

Do you have a layout/diagram of your loop Rec?

No but, I can show you a picture of the problem. ( I'm at work so can't make a diagram )




You see the ghetto loop. Water is dead there . My block and this tubing is literally filled with air.
So I know the problem. I think somewhere in sparkles loop there's a dead zone.

Oh just saying that this is a temporary solution until my fittings come. Bought some already so it should be here during the week.
Edited by Recr3ational - 3/18/14 at 10:54am
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post #15827 of 18196
Quote:
Originally Posted by Recr3ational View Post

No but, I can show you a picture of the problem. ( I'm at work so can't make a diagram )




You see the ghetto loop. Water is dead there . My block and this tubing is literally filled with air.
So I know the problem. I think somewhere in sparkles loop there's a dead zone.

Oh just saying that this is a temporary solution until my fittings come. Bought some already so it should be here during the week.

Yeah....with the way that loop is bent around I can see how air would be getting trapped in there. Like you said, once you have the fittings I'm sure that will sort out. I don't see the same kind of bends in Sparkles loop. I can't really see any place where there would be an air pocket in the tubing but the only real way to get confirmation of that is to use a flow meter.

The front rad might have trouble bleeding. Rotating the front radiator would help getting the air out of it easier. She'd have to rework the drain port though. From everything I read its easier to bleed the rad if the ports are at the top vs the bottom.
post #15828 of 18196
Actually, when you need to do a 90deg angle and you can't get a 90deg fitting, you're better off causing the loop to go 270deg (like a loop-the-loop rollercoaster) than making it go 90deg-180deg. The problem comes with the 180deg bend. That's why many commercial equipment rather go 90deg+90deg+90deg than do a sharp 90deg+180deg bend..


Edited by scyf3r - 3/18/14 at 12:36pm
post #15829 of 18196
I've been rocking my case lol for about an hour and I can still hear air tongue.gif

I've put some new liquid in, still has dropped a bit, don't see any change in temps though.

Lol I've got a funny story, this morning I purchased BF4 Premium (didn't have it yet) and I searched the cheapest site. Got is from allcdkeys lol damn what kind of strange site is that!
First they wanted a copy of my id, than they called me once from Quebec and once from California.
They asked my name, email, home adress, where I am now, if I have been to france, what languages I speak and my age. What kind of strange thing is this. I did get my key though tongue.gif
Never getting anything there again.
post #15830 of 18196
Ice:
Yeah I know. I was just saying that it's a possibility that Sparklea have the same symptoms as me but caused by something else. I have no idea what though.

Scyf3r: ( your name reminds me of a game but have no idea what game)
Yeah I wanted that loop the loop it would look cool, but the way the two hole are litterally right next to eachother but slightly offset towards the right means I can't bend it enough frown.gif

Sparkles:
Which Cdkeys did you buy from?
Cdkeys.com? There's loads of cd keys lol.
Edit: I just read you got it from allcdkeys.
I get mine from cdkeys.com they're good.

Edit again:
Anyone has monitor arms? My new room is way to small for my desk so shortening it and want to put my console monitor above my triple, any recommendations. Ives seem loads but some of them are crazy expensive.
Edited by Recr3ational - 3/18/14 at 1:19pm
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