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Liquid cooling doesnt want to move its liquid.

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  1. drade

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    Hello, as some people know I got a new case, a v1000b modded one wooo

    Heres some pics, one problem, no liquid will move when turned on, its just pure old air, anyone help me?

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    Yea if that is to big go to this...

    http://i3.tinypic.com/vx1zix.jpg
     
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    Did you put water in it?
     
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    Yes, (yea the pump is unplugged, its because i took the picture after no liquid went around).
     
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    Ok. The air must be getting in somehow. What you need to do is make sure there is no air, or bubbles, before you seal the loop. This means the res needs to be full, all the tubing needs to be full, etc. Have you done that?
     
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    No lol, what do you mean tubing full


    Poge, the tubes are empty, but res is about as full as it can get (only enough coolant left). Please explain.


    By the way does that look like a good set up both pics?
     
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    Drade ... you're running that Big Water pump dry !!! you'll kill it ... :slap: ... that pump is a res too.... you have to put coolant in the res of the pump to get to work ... it'll then work it's way to the res in the drive bay .. use some distilled water too .. that TT UV stuff will turn greener on yeah, as in algae
     
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    Switch your pipes on the res.
     
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    All good, it was just that their was so much air in the tubes nothing wanted to move.
     
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    sounded like it wasn't strong enough to push it through... but great you got it to finally start moving ... post your temps :)
     
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    Well yea, since My socket is one of the hottest case 71F CPU 111F- Case 22C processer 44C. Im just happy that everything works, im not the over clocking type. So this will do
     
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    I mean the tubes from the back from the res goes about 2 feet or more, and to get a big water with the tiny 12v pump is great.
     

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