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well had the radiator out and shake it abit and turn no bubbles also the water block same result
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In the first pic is the top hose coming from the pump? or going to the res? because if it is going to the res you have your cpu block set up wrong. any you need to have the water coming from the pump going into the middle and the water coming out of block going the res.

It also might be poor TIM application too.
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hmm my in is from the radiator out is going to the revi
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post #14 of 15
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first of all ty for the help nice to see ppl really wann help others.

even tho it wasent air bubbels i found out what was wrong 3 things one is i think my tubing was to long compared to my pump setting as i didnt notice that the d5 pump had 5 settings and mine was on the lowest so i did set that to 5 also my fans was put into the wrong electrical stick so it did only get 5v instead of 12 and there for only had like half speed

so now i can run at 4,25 with a temp at 63 at 1 hr of prime95 large torture test so im happy now
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Good ya got it figured out. The reservoir is lolz.
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