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Order of cycle and Bleeding Swiftech MCR220-QP Res

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Just purchased a new setup with following:
Swiftech MCR220-QP Res
Swiftech Apogee XT
Swiftech MCW 80 VGA Cooler
Swiftech MCP655-Bâ„¢ 12 VDC Pump

Main question is what would be optimal ordering for parts, personally I just thought it was a matter of putting the pump before or after the Rad-Res combo. I know it is only an issue of .5C-1C, but it bugs me :-P, and I cannot find any posts with a rad-res combo and how to order the cycle, as the classic cycle would be res>pump>rad>CPU>other blocks>res.

Other question is if anyone has any experience bleeding a Res/Rad combo, and if they would reveal some info/tips.
Thanks all
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The issues is not about which way the radiator and the reservoir are its more about the radiator and the CPU/waterblock. The water should pass through the radiator before the Waterblock to give best cooling performance.

Tbh I've not seen the rad/res/pump combo before....
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