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Old March 12, 2011, 12:12 PM
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Just make sure there is very little air in your radiator and there is air pocket that can feed into the pump. You can check you radiator tilting your case so that the radiator changes position. If you here a clank or it sounds like someone is drinking water, then you have air in the radiator. If you don't then I think your ok. The micro bubbles will more than likely take weeks to fully bleed out and should not have a big impact on thermal performance.
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