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how to bleed a t-line?

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So I recently got 2 gtx 580's, and as such, decided to have a dedicated cpu loop, and a dedicated gpu loop. My cpu loop has a reservoir, so it wasn't difficult to setup, but I decided for my gpu loop to use a t-line to fill it. I have never used a t-line before, and as such, am kinda lost. I have it full for the most part, but I am having a very difficult time getting all the air out. Help please!
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So I recently got 2 gtx 580's, and as such, decided to have a dedicated cpu loop, and a dedicated gpu loop. My cpu loop has a reservoir, so it wasn't difficult to setup, but I decided for my gpu loop to use a t-line to fill it. I have never used a t-line before, and as such, am kinda lost. I have it full for the most part, but I am having a very difficult time getting all the air out. Help please!
Can you post a pic? If the T-line is the high point (or even a locally-high point) then the water passing by will lose air as the air floats up into the line. T-lines take a bit longer to bleed but I use one and have found it to be fairly successful. Let me know what I can do to help!
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T's take longer to bleed than other things. Where is your T located?
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