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post #1 of 7
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How i'm supposed to load water inside?
i recently buyed everything.
I slowed put every component inside my case and i'm finishing it.

I have some doubts now about loading water inside.
How can i be sure to avoid air bubbles?

I was sure that the water reserv was good for this but it is at lower than the radiator... and so i don't understand how it will help.

Any guide / explanation?
post #2 of 7
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How i'm supposed to load water inside?
i recently buyed everything.
I slowed put every component inside my case and i'm finishing it.

I have some doubts now about loading water inside.
How can i be sure to avoid air bubbles?

I was sure that the water reserv was good for this but it is at lower than the radiator... and so i don't understand how it will help.

Any guide / explanation?
This should help ya out

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post #3 of 7
Post a pic or two of your loop, it will help us explain. The big thing is that if your res is right before your pump you just have to fill your res and cycle the pump on and off and keep filling the res when it gets low.
post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
ok that is what i was thinkin to do ( i have very little space between rad and reservoir ).
But, will water fill the radiator and push all the air down?
I have even little screw on the radiator to make air go out, but i'm not sure when to use it.
Thanks anyway for the QUICK reply.
post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 
i have terrible picture did with phone.

Cpu waterblock is rasa, still not mounted.
Just waiting to add more time to mount it and start the system.

it is a i7 950.

Any suggestion and improvement is welcome.

pump is phobya dc400
waterblock is xspx rasa
rad is phobya 360 g changer.
sleeving is done by myself, first time, so no perfect.
post #6 of 7
The pump will push most of the air out. Once you have it mostly full you will want to seal off the res and tilt your case around with the pump on to help get any remaining bubbles out.
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
mygosh i need a crane to tilt that case
any suggestion for the position of the things?
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