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Fluids (air included) always typically flow towards the path of least resistance so to answer your question, it would flow with unless if the flow was with gravity in which case the bubbles would flow up (Pending velocity/flow of course). Unless of course there's some other random physics phenomenon which I haven't encountered yet.

does the bubbles traped in the water custom loop move in the direction of  water flow or against the direction of water flow??????

I want to set the direction of water flow so that air bubbles dont get traped inside the  cpu block and always flow towards the top radiator????

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Fluids (air included) always typically flow towards the path of least resistance so to answer your question, it would flow with unless if the flow was with gravity in which case the bubbles would flow up (Pending velocity/flow of course). Unless of course there's some other random physics phenomenon which I haven't encountered yet.

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34 minutes ago, another random person said:

Fluids (air included) always typically flow towards the path of least resistance so to answer your question, it would flow with unless if the flow was with gravity in which case the bubbles would flow up (Pending velocity/flow of course). Unless of course there's some other random physics phenomenon which I haven't encountered yet.

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I believe that Albert Einstein wouldnt give me a better answer

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