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air would work as an insulator in your loop and would affect your temperatures. You should try and figure out if there are bubbles in the CPU waterblock (affecting the CPU cooling) or in the radiators (affecting the water temperature which itself affects the CPU temperature). Try this: set the pump to 100%. tilt the case to both sides by 45°. Generally characterized by noisy operation, and excessive vibration, air inside a pump can have some seriously undesired results. As the percentage of gas by volume increases, the performance of the pump decreases. According to the Goulds Pump Care Manual, a mixture of only 2% gas by volume will cause a 10% drop in capacity. You can never empty your loop completely of air, but normally the small amount of air in there will settle at the top of the radiator being the highest point of the loop. In your case, that air settles in both radiators, but the bubbles settled in your bottom rad will drift upwards once the pump is off. Edited March 11, 2021 by MADRGB.