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I have really tiny bubbles in my reservoir I'd like to get rid of. They are just stuck in the reservoirs floor, should I even bother trying to get rid of them?
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I have really tiny bubbles in my reservoir I'd like to get rid of. They are just stuck in the reservoirs floor, should I even bother trying to get rid of them?
They will leave on their own over time 4-5 days usualy for mine to all disapeer.
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They will leave on their own over time 4-5 days usualy for mine to all disapeer.
I am Kahbrohn... and I endorse this statement!

Same happened to me. The tiny bubbles vanished after a few days.
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the thing we wanna get rid of is air bubbles that take up space that arent being used to cool. I guess air will always be in the loop aslong as we dont have bubbles causing us to lose the space water could be to cool. Thats why its probly wise to have your loop as full as possable to have less air in it and more water.
I agree. Fill your res to the max.
    
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I agree. Fill your res to the max.
hehe, I filled my res to the max and I still have about 3/4 left after filling it when I first got it, which was in the last week of december lol.

The bubbles that accumulated in my res went away with time, and I didn't have to 'bleed' my loop that much when I got it.

Max temps on load 67 passes of IBT on maximum memory: 60c load.

I have a pic too for anyone who wants proof

This is at 3.6GHz with 1.45v
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you are going to kill your chip. how can a smaller chip then the old i7's hit higher voltages safely? that goes against pretty much everything we know about electronic.
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you are going to kill your chip. how can a smaller chip then the old i7's hit higher voltages safely? that goes against pretty much everything we know about electronic.
What about doing more work at a slower speed? That pretty much made everyone scratch their heads too back in the day. There is more to it than the size of the chip, like quality of the silicon for one. Yes Intel has changed specs in the past, but not the CPU voltage. There is a SB 5.0GHz Club on here and not one of them has had their CPU die yet. Oh did you know that socket 1155 are burning pins just like the 1156 did too, but that is from overly tight coolers and/or too heavy of one for week MB PCB's. I think lot of this started from people doing suicide runs and not wanting to own up to killing their CPU because they wanted to play, plus increasing the BCLK trying to get that last bit out of it, that is a big no no with SB. Then some vendor started saying Intel told them that the spec sheet for the CPU is wrong and 1.35v or something like that was the voltage you shouldn't go over. I say stick with Intel specs, if it dies send it in and get a new one. But that is my 2 cents, I'm waiting for socket 2011.
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you are going to kill your chip. how can a smaller chip then the old i7's hit higher voltages safely? that goes against pretty much everything we know about electronic.
No offense brother, but I have seen this exact post from you in like 8 different threads. Give it a rest bud, if it dies, I rma it and get another. 3 year warranty is great. Until then, I'll enjoy running at 5ghz 24/7 with great temps. Thanks
    
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