Just set up my water cooling and I have it leak testing right now. But I do notice some air bubbles in my video card block that are just swirling around in the corner. How do I go about bleeding the system? Right now I have the reservoir cap off to try and help it but every now and then I here what sounds like more bubbles passing through my system. I've turned the pump off and let it sit for about 30min without any leaks forming but my reservoir fluid level goes up slightly every time I turn it off, is this normal?
My system has the EK Supreme HF, EK P67A-UD7 mother board block, EK 6870 video card block, EK 480 radiator, black ice SR1 single 140mm, EK 250 reservoir, and swiftech pump (non variable).
Set up is...EK480 is on top of the case and feeds the CPU, then it hits the SR1, then the NB then the VRM's, then to the video card, then to the reservoir which feeds the pump and back to the EK480...I plan on adding dual GTX580's and that's why I got the EK480 because I know they produce A LOT of heat. I'm running this in a 800D case.