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post #1011 of 3087
*Update*

I tore down my loop this weekend. I didn't have any crazy leeching, just light clouding which can be rubbed off with my finger.
450

Slight mess in my res but I was able to rub it out.
700

My pump was clean, EK Supreme HF was clean, scrubbed it anyways,

gpu block..um, I didn't bother cleaning it as I'm afraid the o-ring will be a pain to put back on like my EK spin.
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post #1012 of 3087
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gpu block..um, I didn't bother cleaning it as I'm afraid the o-ring will be a pain to put back on like my EK spin.

Their GPU block O-rings are actually very easy to put back, atleast on the 6870 block. It was easier then on the Supreme HF when i tried opening mine.
post #1013 of 3087
So, I've gone through a few pages here only to read countless speculations.....has anyone actually found something that works or come to a census as to whats happening here? What products are to be avoided or never mixed?
post #1014 of 3087
This is your best bet for now.....http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ty20plfrtu.html
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So, I've gone through a few pages here only to read countless speculations.....has anyone actually found something that works or come to a census as to whats happening here? What products are to be avoided or never mixed?
A bunch of us are trying Durelene now as a few have shown some very promising results with it. I'm waiting for mine to show up and I will be replacing my tubing and reporting here to keep everyone updated on how it holds up.
post #1016 of 3087
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This is your best bet for now.....http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/ty20plfrtu.html

That tubing is "clouded" already at purchase, so if you wan't clear tubing that is definitely something you should avoid.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?281255-Plasticizer-leach&p=5107313&viewfull=1#post5107313
post #1017 of 3087
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That tubing is "clouded" already at purchase, so if you wan't clear tubing that is definitely something you should avoid.
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?281255-Plasticizer-leach&p=5107313&viewfull=1#post5107313

The sample I received is clear?
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post #1018 of 3087
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Their GPU block O-rings are actually very easy to put back, atleast on the 6870 block. It was easier then on the Supreme HF when i tried opening mine.

Alright, I'll give it a try tonight. Thanks
post #1019 of 3087
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The sample I received is clear?

Here's another source saying it is clouded when new:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1249080/tygon-tubing-b-44-3-or-b-44-4x#post_17087479
post #1020 of 3087
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Here's another source saying it is clouded when new:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1249080/tygon-tubing-b-44-3-or-b-44-4x#post_17087479

I thought it was advertised/test verified to be a non-clear tubing?
Another thread confirmed it as a plasticizer free tubing, the only drawback being that it only comes in translucent/opaque.

Err, the Tygon 2001 that is, over $4/ft tubing if IIRC.
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