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who's your provider i though Uk's lowest now was 2MB Download and 1MB+/- Up lol.
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I do like the way my cable managment has turned out though;





    
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I get 1Mb upload on a 10Mb connection, so I doubt that a 2Mb connection would have that.
Tested mine i get 0.47MB/s Virgin Media
    
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who's your provider i though Uk's lowest now was 2MB Download and 1MB+/- Up lol.
No way. Most are 356Kb/s up. On a 50Mb package you only get 1.5Mb/s up.

Unlike in other countries where it's 30Mb down and 25Mb up.
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Any tips on getting rid of the air in it?

I was told to rock the case from side to side, this does reduce the water level in the res, and quieten the pump for a few seconds, then it just rises again?

I'm not sure my res should be as full as it is, although it makes no difference, right? When I turn it off, the water level rises to the top of the res, it's about 2CM below that when in use.
    
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Is the inlet on the radiator on the top or bottom?
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Any tips on getting rid of the air in it?

I was told to rock the case from side to side, this does reduce the water level in the res, and quieten the pump for a few seconds, then it just rises again?

I'm not sure my res should be as full as it is, although it makes no difference, right? When I turn it off, the water level rises to the top of the res, it's about 2CM below that when in use.
Are you certain that the tube that goes from the res to the pump is completely submerged? Even when the pump is on?
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The bottom, with a 90" fitting.



My 5970 block sounds like a toilet,

I have a feeling it should be the other way on the radiator?
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Are you certain that the tube that goes from the res to the pump is completely submerged? Even when the pump is on?
Submerged?

It goes in the top, on the fitting.

This is my water level when it's in use, ignore the pubbles I guess:


Edited by SmokinWaffle - 3/29/11 at 12:26pm
    
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Tested mine i get 0.47MB/s Virgin Media
Mb/s or MB/s?
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No way. Most are 356Kb/s up. On a 50Mb package you only get 1.5Mb/s up.

Unlike in other countries where it's 30Mb down and 25Mb up.
Actually, a lot of areas are being upgraded to have an upload speed of 1/10 the download speed, so if I was to upgrade to 50Mb, I would get 5Mb/s upload.
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I live in a small village somewhat "out in the sticks", as they say. You get used to it after a while.


Quick update, Water level dropped by just under 1CM, no leaks, and it's got quieter so it's beginning to get the air out. Peaking at 38C~ on both the CPU and GPU in game, with no real noticable fan noise. Feels good man

I thought about what you said earlier, T-ramp, and heat rises, so I should have probably put the inlet at the top, outlet at the bottom. Oh well, i'm sure it'd make a minimal (1C~) difference, and there is no way I'm draining my whole loop for that.

Loving watercooling, oh so much, it's awesome!

After 10 days without gaming, I think I've actually got better.
    
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Any tips on getting rid of the air in it?

I was told to rock the case from side to side, this does reduce the water level in the res, and quieten the pump for a few seconds, then it just rises again?

I'm not sure my res should be as full as it is, although it makes no difference, right? When I turn it off, the water level rises to the top of the res, it's about 2CM below that when in use.
The compression is due to air in the loop, after awhile the surge will be less drastic. I'd just be patient, I don't advise shaking because I always worry about skaing something important and breaking it Rad inlet should be on the bottom to let the air rise to the top and get circulated out, your setup is perfect.
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I live in a small village somewhat "out in the sticks", as they say. You get used to it after a while.


Quick update, Water level dropped by just under 1CM, no leaks, and it's got quieter so it's beginning to get the air out. Peaking at 38C~ on both the CPU and GPU in game, with no real noticable fan noise. Feels good man

I thought about what you said earlier, T-ramp, and heat rises, so I should have probably put the inlet at the top, outlet at the bottom. Oh well, i'm sure it'd make a minimal (1C~) difference, and there is no way I'm draining my whole loop for that.

Loving watercooling, oh so much, it's awesome!

After 10 days without gaming, I think I've actually got better.
Inlet at the bottom, see above. Looks like the numbers are good and the lack of leaks means it's working!
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