I thought I'd consult all the experts here.
I recently built my loop and everytime I run my system I get a stream of bubbles forming on an uphill portion of my loop feeding from my GPU to my reservoir. It doesn't happen right away, but it starts to form after about 20 minutes of use.
Here is a video:
Here is what my loop looks like (hard to tell from the video.)
XSPC reservoir > MCP355 > XSPC RX360 > Koolance CPU block > Koolance Mobo block > Koolance GPU block > Koolance GPU block >
The bubbles only form on the line between the second GPU block and the reservoir.
If I pinch the line, the bubbles rush to the reservoir and disappear. I open the reservoir to bleed the air out and then after another 20 minutes they form again.
I've done everything I could to bleed the system - even turning the computer upside down. Am I overreacting? Is this a function of the line going against gravity? Is this a problem? If it is, any suggestions on a remedy?
Edited by itcrashed - 1/20/11 at 7:16pm