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Bubbles refuse to leave the SLI connectors

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Got my loop set, but I still have a bubble on each of the SLI connectors

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When I push on the tube going into the GPUs, the bubble appear.

Trying to turn the case on the side so the motherboard will be vertical, but it doesn't help much.

Will running the system over night help?
Or they will disappear once the system starts to run and the water heat up?

The flow isn't great as I got a lot on this loop over 2xD5s with dual top.

Cheers.
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I have a big bubble stuck in my pump and its so loud...just gotta wait it out
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post #3 of 4
Tilt the case to the back and move it, you will see the bubbles coming out. Do this with the pump off, once you see the bubbles get yo reservoir turn on the pump again. It took me 15 min to get out all bubbles.
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post #4 of 4
Keep everything on, slowly and carefully tilt the case back and forth to dislodge the bubbles.
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