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oh crap. I just order 17'' primochill from jab-tech.mad.gif

Clear?

I wouldn't worry about it just yet. If you can, try testing a bit of it and see if it clouds up before you cut into the whole length. If it doesn't no worries, if it does then you can maybe return the unused portion. mellowsmiley.gif

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post #182 of 3087
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Its from Home Depot, "Watts" and its pretty inexpensive @ $4 for 10' amd $6 for 20'. Its a bit rigid but you could probably bend a bit by heating it up or dipping it in hot water. Tbh, the test piece of tube is a bit more flexible. I guess once under some warm liquid (when gaming) it softens up a bit. The primary thing its still transparent but I'll know for sure once I pull it out and inspect it thoroughly.

I have a 4ft section of that in my loop and it is the most cloudy section.
Took it about a month and you can not see through it at all. My tygon is hazy but you can see through it.

Hm there is nothing floating in my res. wonder how bad this is on my loop. thinking.gif
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post #183 of 3087
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I have a 4ft section of that in my loop and it is the most cloudy section.
Took it about a month and you can not see through it at all. My tygon is hazy but you can see through it.
Hm there is nothing floating in my res. wonder how bad this is on my loop. thinking.gif

Mine is holding ok, used for two weeks. I've broken down my loop atm in preparation of my new setup so its not being used. I'll give it about a month to see how it holds. If its too cloudy, then I'll go with some colored tube. I am having reservations about going with colored primochill but they do have the best price. Though as the old saying goes: "Cheap, can get expensive" wink.gif
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Clear?
I wouldn't worry about it just yet. If you can, try testing a bit of it and see if it clouds up before you cut into the whole length. If it doesn't no worries, if it does then you can maybe return the unused portion. mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

white + red. I am kind of worry after looking at this picture
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The Red may be a possibility of it but there is no hard evidence one way or the other about the white doing so. So check the Red. smile.gif

I have a question for everyone... are you flushing out your Rads with tap water, or are you flushing with Distilled. It could be that the tap/vinegar & distilled rinse is causing an adverse effect on the tubing from calcite build up being flushed through the system. Not sure since I'm not there but might this be what's going on? mellowsmiley.gif

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Hi all, I am a long time lurker of this forum.

I used to have the Danger Den DreamFlex clear tubing. After about a month of running it with just plain distilled water and silver coil, it got really bad that it gunk up my CPU block and I am forced to redo all of my tubing with Primochill and it seem to be holding up okay after a few weeks. Primochill seem not to be the only one with the problems. I would not recommend clear DreamFlex. Here is a picture of how bad it is.




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post #187 of 3087
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Hi all, I am a long time lurker of this forum.
I used to have the Danger Den DreamFlex clear tubing. After about a month of running it with just plain distilled water and silver coil, it got really bad that it gunk up my CPU block and I am forced to redo all of my tubing with Primochill and it seem to be holding up okay after a few weeks. Primochill seem not to be the only one with the problems. I would not recommend clear DreamFlex. Here is a picture of how bad it is.

Thanks. I've always been curious about DreamFlex.
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rolleyes.gif meh, so no clear tube is immune to the dreaded cloudiness. That's it, I'm going color when my tube goes bad (I give it about a month, two tops wink.gif ).
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I don't have clouding issues with my old Primochill LRT. I've always bought it from NCIX. My new rig is using new Primoflex from NCIX as well as some from PPCS.
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post #190 of 3087
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That was for striknine. Hence the "^^" tag before I axed the question. wink.gif
@ tubing question, mine was kind of yellowed but definitely just settled dust since it was on one side of the tube more than the other. smile.gif
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Ah sorry no picture yet. I will take a picture of the inside of the tube when I get a replacement.
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