You need to allow for air to take the place of the water. Its often best to open a port at the very top of the loop, then opening your drain valve and air will then be allowed to draw in to replace the water as the water exits. Your Fill Port will work for this, you need to open it all the way and crack your drain port completely. You are still going to have water stuck in places where the block or rad's outlet/inlet is above the water, in these cases you need to tip your case to move the water above a port on that component so that it will flow into your res or drain valve and flow out.
You can also connect a tube to the fill port and blow, however you should probably flush if you do this. Once you get as much water out as you can, start taking off tubes and blocks carefully, and emptying each component/tube one at a time until fully disassembled. Remember as long as you keep the water level below the outlet/inlet port, it will not flow out when disconnecting your tubing, use gravity to your advantage to keep your components dry as you disassemble. Good Luck!
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