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Best way to get rid of the air if your rad is mounted up top is to flip your case onto the "roof" of the case.

My cap also leaks sometimes, i replaced the o-ring with a thicker one and it fixed it smile.gif
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Thank you very much for the responses guys i will give what you suggested a go and see the results but those bubbles in the res are a real pain it almost seems like they are stuck to the sides and fully around the pump aswell.

i have been running the set up for a day plus now with teh cap off to remove air bubbles and its a very very slow process i can occasionally hear some air bubbles escape but i believe it should be moving a little faster?

I forgot to ask is there anyway to fully fill up the res? because it would seem that fill port side is more recessed into the res meaning that the liquid fills up that part of the res but the other side looks like there is still room?

thank you again ++!
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post #9983 of 13773
you can only fill it up to the bottom of the fill port. you dont need it any higher than that. a lil air in there is fine as once its out of the fluid and on the top of the res it wont get sucked back into the pump unless water level gets below the pump intake.
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Page #999!!!!!!!!!!! biggrin.gif
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Page #999!!!!!!!!!!! biggrin.gif

But its only page 100 for me smile.gif

I will be getting my RX360 kit Tuesday, It should have been here last Thursday but they well shipped it to the wrong location KS when I live in WA weird and then they shipped the new package with the same shipping speed ground... Tuesday will be a fun day already got the PrimoFlex Pro LRT UV Blue Tubing
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Page #999!!!!!!!!!!! biggrin.gif

I noticed that earlier. dats a lot of posts lol, cant wait for my kit to get here next week
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But its only page 100 for me smile.gif

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Got some good TIM? before you start
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Originally Posted by Renbad;15064923 
Thank you very much for the responses guys i will give what you suggested a go and see the results but those bubbles in the res are a real pain it almost seems like they are stuck to the sides and fully around the pump aswell.

i have been running the set up for a day plus now with teh cap off to remove air bubbles and its a very very slow process i can occasionally hear some air bubbles escape but i believe it should be moving a little faster?

I forgot to ask is there anyway to fully fill up the res? because it would seem that fill port side is more recessed into the res meaning that the liquid fills up that part of the res but the other side looks like there is still room?

thank you again ++!

The bubbles in the res are perfectly normal, they'll eventually work their way out just takes a little time.
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post #9989 of 13773
Thanks mate im hoping that is the case i wonder how long exactly it will take the bubbles to dissipate. its already been a few days now ive been running the kit with the res open so if bubbles do move they will just exit.

They seem quiet content where they are frown.gif

fingers crossed for more time smile.gif
    
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I'm looking at getting the RS240 kit or the RS360 kit to cool my new 1055T. Do i need anything else other than the parts below:

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/XSPC-Rasa-750-RS360-WaterCooling-Kit--RS-Series-Kit-pid-12931.html

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/De-ionised-Water-1-Litre---Ideal-for-watercooling-pid-2272.html

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/XSPC-716-ID---58-OD-11-16mm-High-Flex-Tubing--Clear--UV-Blue-pid-6750.html x2?

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/EK-PSC-14-Thread-Compression-Fitting-for-716-ID---58-OD-Tubing--Black-pid-11310.html x6
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