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Question For Those Who Have Set Up Liquid Cooling

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by dashdanw, Jun 30, 2007.

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  1. dashdanw

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    just to give you an idea of my setupi just put together my Thermaltake Kandalf Liquid Cooled Case, with the CPU block, and additional GPU and Northbridge Chipset blocks (made by swiftech). My flow goes from CPU block>GPU block>NB Block>radiator>reservoir>pump. So as i said i just set it up and filled the reservoir to the HIGH line, and turned it on (dont worry i didnt burn out my system!) what happened was that it wasnt enough to fill the system and i didnt notice that it started to sputter and push air up into the system! so now my system has a bunch of air bubblys in it and the radiator isnt even filled up with water at all. So i pour the rest of the bottle into the reservoir and turn it on but the pump doesnt want to pump, the water just bobs about 1 inch and falls back down all where it was. how the hell can i fix this?!? i tried syphoning the water by hooking up a super long hose and suking into it but it doesnt work,the bubbes stay where they are and it still wont pump (although i might have exeeded in getting some water into the radiator, also my computer is only turning on for about 2 seconds and shutting off (no beeps) what is this all about?!?!?!?! help!
     
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