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lol aussies and thier wierd time tongue.gif its like a entire day ahead of me over in parts of aussie land tongue.gif
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Anyone have any advice on filling up the res? Don't want to overflow all over my computer. I will try to move it as far out of the case as I can and make tubing a little longer to be safe. Any tips to a noob! Thanks!
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Just fill it up, cycle the pump (on then off, on then off, etc) and the water level will go down.

Repeat until you have all air out of loop, done!

When you're trying to get all the air out of the system, put the res cap on tight(!) and shake the whole tower around, pinch tubing and give the res light knocks. The rad too, as that can be a nice home for bubbles. Evict them!

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lol aussies and thier wierd time its like a entire day ahead of me over in parts of aussie land
Yeah, well, I DID wake up at 2 in the afternoon. I think it's 8 hours difference to the US depending on state.
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i pull res/pump as far to front of case,remove cap,and use a small funnel and a plastc cup.
and i fill it full and then run pump for a sec.,then fill some more and tilt it so i can fill all the way to the cap.then cap it and i'm ready
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Bal3, so the top fans are pushing air out of your box? mmmh?

Just curious . . .

I got my setup with the top rad pulling air in, and my exhaust being the only place where air travels outwards and oh boy does those two back fans push alot of air

360 doing nothing(chilly air), that cant be right , cause I plan on getting one but if it like that then I'm dumping the 360 order as its almost a 100 bucks.

Peace yo
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Just fill it up, cycle the pump (on then off, on then off, etc) and the water level will go down.

Repeat until you have all air out of loop, done!

When you're trying to get all the air out of the system, put the res cap on tight(!) and shake the whole tower around, pinch tubing and give the res light knocks. The rad too, as that can be a nice home for bubbles. Evict them!



Yeah, well, I DID wake up at 2 in the afternoon. I think it's 8 hours difference to the US depending on state.
Thanks! When you say evict them just open up the res and poor more water in to displace that air? Or what? lol


Anyone know which of these is a better block?

http://www.jab-tech.com/EK-nVidia-58...l-pr-4789.html

http://www.jab-tech.com/EK-nVidia-58...X-pr-4788.html


I like the black look better, but if the other is better on temps that is the way I am going.
post #2977 of 13773
Yeah, when the water level goes down in the res just open it up and fill 'er up again.

They're both exactly the same, I would pick the acetal one (the black on) becuase acrylic can crack, + It's cheaper, black one for the win!
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Thanks! When you say evict them just open up the res and poor more water in to displace that air? Or what? lol


Anyone know which of these is a better block?

http://www.jab-tech.com/EK-nVidia-58...l-pr-4789.html

http://www.jab-tech.com/EK-nVidia-58...X-pr-4788.html


I like the black look better, but if the other is better on temps that is the way I am going.
Acetal ones are better, think about it, does acrylic conduct heat transfer?

I have both and found that the acetal ones tend to run 1-3C hotter on the same card.

ps. dont have the 580 blocks, but on my 5850 Ive had both acetal and acrylic, with the same TIM and mem pads.

Cheers
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Acetal ones are better, think about it, does acrylic conduct heat transfer?

I have both and found that the acetal ones tend to run 1-3C hotter on the same card.

ps. dont have the 580 blocks, but on my 5850 Ive had both acetal and acrylic, with the same TIM and mem pads.

Cheers
i was thinking like frost about the acrylic,not in terms of temps and heat.
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