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Most dyes are a suspended solid, and most CPU blocks are excellent filters. Fatal attraction..

Not all dyes are created equal though, but even the better stuff will need changing after a few months.

UV colored tubing and LED reservoir lighting combined with distilled water + PTnuke is the only colored solution I'm willing to consider anymore.
    
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The purple normally disappears when some thing like to much biocide is added or you have something else in there to kill off the colour. we use dispersant dyes and this are effected by what you use in the loop. So if you have to much biocide which is common for new users this will happen on such colours. Its recommend to use only 1 drop of mayhems biocide per 1 Ltr of liquid. All so flux or anti corrosion inhibitors will cause this to happen. Our dyes do not separate in a water cooling system as they are not that type of dye.
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