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post #71 of 235
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Its about time i gave ye an update...

i have been doing alot of measuring and fiddling around with my sheet metal so hopefully the next update my case will look alot closer to being finished, i am working on a piece to cover my hard drive bay and another piece to do my front panel.

still working on a design to cover the front of my dvd drive, mainly sorting out a button is the hardest part.

also ordered some parts earlier, so i will be able to run the loop soon.
post #72 of 235
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Wow 3 months with no good news for you!
maybe you guys can help me out here and there...




used distilled water (battery top up water) and a silver coil and i got this stuff... looks like lime scale.

so i orderd some "mayhem oil black" fluid because im bored of the clear look.
if anybody knows how i can prevent this tubing disaster in the future please let me know!
post #73 of 235
I think that is actually the plasticizer from the tubing. Almost all clear tubing does that after a while, sometimes in as little as a week.

it isn't anything to worry about really, it just looks bad.
post #74 of 235
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I think that is actually the plasticizer from the tubing. Almost all clear tubing does that after a while, sometimes in as little as a week.
it isn't anything to worry about really, it just looks bad.

weird i expected more from tygon redface.gif
i also got this black stuff inside my newest ek block.
i scraped it off carefully and got a bit of copper showing through now -.-



post #75 of 235
I also used clear tygoon tubing and didnt like the dirt after a month or so either. So now i m using black tubing. Great looking and no more dirty tubes smile.gif Very nice work btw, really like it!!!
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Tygon has antimicrobial tubing (but its more expensive) that should help with the biofilm you see, but I dont think they have it in clear forms.
 
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post #77 of 235
If it is actually algae then use Dead Water next time. It works INSANELY good. Be sure to check your dye/coolant and blocks for compatibility issues though.
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I think that is actually the plasticizer from the tubing. Almost all clear tubing does that after a while, sometimes in as little as a week.

it isn't anything to worry about really, it just looks bad.

that's what it looks like to me as well. Colored tubing doesn't have as bad an effect from this...although if you get light colored-clear tubing, then it starts to darken and look dingy.
if ya want some color in there, then i'd go with some UV tubing...else, black or red solid tubing would look pretty sick in there....hell maybe even solid white
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Have you also noticed anything forming in your resevoir? Just curious.
 
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Have you also noticed anything forming in your resevoir? Just curious.

yeah actually a tiny bit in my res, only when its on. it clears pretty quick when i switch it off i think its just because its pushing air around from being quite a tall reserviour its hard to have completely full.

ive orderd some oil black fluid so i wont notice anything like that again im still a little worried that the metals are having a weird reaction to the silver coil i got.
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yeah actually a tiny bit in my res, only when its on. it clears pretty quick when i switch it off i think its just because its pushing air around from being quite a tall reserviour its hard to have completely full.
ive orderd some oil black fluid so i wont notice anything like that again im still a little worried that the metals are having a weird reaction to the silver coil i got.

you should be fine
but out of curiosity, what are the metals in your blocks/rads?
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