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X2 has failed testing and were have to go back to the drawing board and start from the ground up with it.

X2 how ever is not based on dye it is some thing different that were not telling people about until we have cracked it and got it to work reliably.

If X2 does work eventually it will last 3 years + and should never faid under a UV light. Its going to take me a while to develop it so dont hold on for any thing hitting the market for a long time.
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Is the Gigabyte Orange UV reactive? If not, is there a way to make it so?
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Mayhem, if I go with dye again I am going to check out your stuff for sure. Don't worry, you will have my business eventually.
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Is the Gigabyte Orange UV reactive? If not, is there a way to make it so?

No sorry and its not possible.
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X2 has failed testing and were have to go back to the drawing board and start from the ground up with it.
X2 how ever is not based on dye it is some thing different that were not telling people about until we have cracked it and got it to work reliably.
If X2 does work eventually it will last 3 years + and should never faid under a UV light. Its going to take me a while to develop it so dont hold on for any thing hitting the market for a long time.

How's the Aurora? Any tips to keep the effect for a long period of time.?
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Is the Gigabyte Orange UV reactive? If not, is there a way to make it so?

No sorry and its not possible.

Oh well. There is only a small window on my res were it would be able to be seen anyway. I might try mixing some red and yellow dyes to make an orange.
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It all depends on you equipment -

Our wiki really say a lot to b honest but for a good review and some way to help it last much longer go to -> http://deviceunknown.com/?p=1375

This explains a lot about our liquid and how to use it (aurora).
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Weve just improved the green X1 to make the UV aspect now take Fesers stuff and kick it up the ass and leave it in the ditch. The green dye will be done in the next few days.

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