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So I was curious if my block manufacturers had a suggested way of cleaning their blocks and I received a response from Swiftech today. It pointed me to this page on their website.
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How Do I Clean My Loop?
Cleaning your loop the “green way”

Pine oil (a phenolic disinfectant) is an essential oil used in cleaning products such as Pine-Sol and similar products. We recommend using the original Pine-Sol® brand (which is a Clorox® product), because of its wide-spread availability worldwide, but you can also purchase pine oil from various sources online as well as many local health food stores. Please consult online resources for concentration if preparing your own mix.

Procedure Pre-requisites

CRITICAL: Unplug the power connector to the motherboard! Components (CPU, GPU, etc..) should not be running during the cleaning procedure.

Use either a test-plug, or short-out pin 14 (connecting the green wire to a black wire using a paper-clip) so that your power-supply will start-up and power your pump. Alternatively, use a separate power supply if available to power-up your pump.

Cleaning procedure

1. Mix (1) one to (2) two table-spoons of Pine-Sol® brand detergent to 1 Gallon of Distilled water; for a more vigorous cleaning you may use only 1/2 gallon if your system is very dirty or severely polluted with algae growth.

2. Cleaning: fill-up the loop, and run it with this mixture for several hours (no less than 3).

3. Rinsing: drain the mixture, then refill the loop with pure distilled water and run the system for no less that 30 min to rinse (you may run it longer if higher concentration of Pine-Sol was used).

4. Final rinse: drain the dirty rinse water, and refill the loop again with distilled water, and run the system again for no less than 20 minutes.

5. Completely drain the final rinse water; your system is now ready to be refilled with coolant.

Recommended Coolant: we recommend using a mix of 10% Hydrx + distilled water (1 bottle Hydrx to ½ Liter distilled water).

Reference:

Pine-Sol® Contents (per manufacturer)
Primary ingredient: Pine Oil (about 10%)
Secondary ingredients: Alkyl alcohol ethoxylates, Isopropyl alcohol, and sodium petroleum sulfonate (sufractants)

While I am very inclined to believe them, however I was just curious if anyone else had heard or tried this before? I have yet to contact XSPC.
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So I was curious if my block manufacturers had a suggested way of cleaning their blocks and I received a response from Swiftech today. It pointed me to this page on their website.
While I am very inclined to believe them, however I was just curious if anyone else had heard or tried this before? I have yet to contact XSPC.

I always have pine sol at home and it does clean where you need. seams to be good I do not disagree better using a clorox or vinegar to clean the loop. pine sol looks more friendly.
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I agree, I am a bit shocked that this is the first time I am seeing this sort of information. I just fired off an email to XSPC asking what they recommended, as well as the effects of Pine-Sol on their block. Hopefully they will get back to me in the near future.
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I was waiting for this for long long time and finally someone got the guts to post the real DEAL of bad side of this crap SYS SCRUB cleaner. I know it will leave a lot of crap inside the blocks. This gel stuck in your blocks eventually it will going to transform in some kinda corrosion and from that it will eat the rest of you blocks and rad with NO DOUBT.
have you seen it? feniks may turn out like this in the future. who knows mad.gif .

I will never wait to see this happen, this is on of my big concern.

That has nothing to do with plasticizer or sys scrub,that is what happens when you mix Alu and copper

Another Apogee,another Fail....


Edited by B NEGATIVE - 11/24/12 at 3:18am
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Originally Posted by skyn3t View Post

I was waiting for this for long long time and finally someone got the guts to post the real DEAL of bad side of this crap SYS SCRUB cleaner. I know it will leave a lot of crap inside the blocks. This gel stuck in your blocks eventually it will going to transform in some kinda corrosion and from that it will eat the rest of you blocks and rad with NO DOUBT.
have you seen it? feniks may turn out like this in the future. who knows mad.gif .

I will never wait to see this happen, this is on of my big concern.

That has nothing to do with plasticizer or sys scrub,that is what happens when you mix Alu and copper

Another Apogee,another Fail....


You have made me paranoid peeps, so I opened my EK Supremacy... and except a bit of fluff and one pube all clear. I opened it after 9 months of using Masterkleer and Mayhems Blueberry Coolant.









After cleaning everything I put it back and must have put too much TIM as my temps have gone up frown.gif
I will have to re-do it tomorrow.


P.S. For 3 months I was using the block with Zalman Reserator which is made of anodized aluminium and it survived smile.gif

Edit: The tubes have become a bit cloudy, but nothing major and no gunk has been released into the loop yet...
Edited by chrisf4lc0n - 11/24/12 at 1:13pm
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You have no need to worry about that destruction.
It was caused by the Apogee having an Alu top and a Copper plate....fail by Swiftech.
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You have no need to worry about that destruction.
It was caused by the Apogee having an Alu top and a Copper plate....fail by Swiftech.

And that is troubling in so many ways. It's understandable that an enthusiast (or three) with no plumbing or chemistry knowledge might be ignorant of galvanic corrosion and how it occurs. However, as a manufacturer of a part (on which you are at least betting the company's reputation if not it's liquidity) - you would think you would:
A) Hire someone with experience with metal pipes and fittings used to carry water - I think they might even have one in the phone book. rolleyes.gif
B) Spend a few minutes reading any of a thousand articles on the web about metals, water, corrosion, etc.
C) Use all of a single material in the construction of your part so that any issues can at least be equally attributable to OTHER parts in the system rather than yours. tongue.gif (This seems most common unfortunately).

"Fail" doesn't adequately describe that idiocy IMO.

I had to make a change in my loop due to buying a Dell 30" rather than a third 7970 so I pulled my first tube length (pump->GPU1) and cut another section so I could examine it. It's XSPC black tubing from PPC. Absolutely nothing in the tube after ~3 weeks - I mean not even a haze (so I didn't bother taking a pic). However, I think the temperature is a HUGE component in plasticizer leech (especially as it pertains to the Primochill Pro stuff). My loop even under heavy use (benching and BTC mining) never sees the water temperature get over 33C... and at idle the water is ~26C so I'm thinking I probably wouldn't have seen too much leeching even if I'd gone with the Primochill tubing I had. But better safe than sorry for my ~$30!. thumb.gif
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Everyone is prizing Durelene for the lack of Plasticizer problems, but I could not find it anywhere in Europe...
I will be water cooling my Xbox 360 and I wanted to build a maintenance free loop, so Durelene would be ideal...

Point me in the right direction, please.
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post #1999 of 3087
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Everyone is prizing Durelene for the lack of Plasticizer problems, but I could not find it anywhere in Europe...
I will be water cooling my Xbox 360 and I wanted to build a maintenance free loop, so Durelene would be ideal...
Point me in the right direction, please.


Hey Chris-yes you are correct in saying that it is not sold in Europe, you can get it in the States mainly here:http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/othertubing.html

Im sure that a couple of other places sell it in the States as well, but Sidewinder seems to have the edge on others-BE PREPARED FOR A RIDICULOUS SHIPPING CHARGE TO EUROPE- (just use their postage calculator on the page after you enter the amount of tubing that you want-please remember that the tubing is in feet not metres thumb.gif )

EXAMPLE OF SHIPPING RATES TO THE UK:




BTW-very nice Lian Li X box-very tasty (sorry, for not replying sooner- ive been very busy this week)
Edited by kkorky - 11/26/12 at 3:42am
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And that is troubling in so many ways. It's understandable that an enthusiast (or three) with no plumbing or chemistry knowledge might be ignorant of galvanic corrosion and how it occurs. However, as a manufacturer of a part (on which you are at least betting the company's reputation if not it's liquidity) - you would think you would:
A) Hire someone with experience with metal pipes and fittings used to carry water - I think they might even have one in the phone book. rolleyes.gif
B) Spend a few minutes reading any of a thousand articles on the web about metals, water, corrosion, etc.
C) Use all of a single material in the construction of your part so that any issues can at least be equally attributable to OTHER parts in the system rather than yours. tongue.gif (This seems most common unfortunately).
"Fail" doesn't adequately describe that idiocy IMO.
I had to make a change in my loop due to buying a Dell 30" rather than a third 7970 so I pulled my first tube length (pump->GPU1) and cut another section so I could examine it. It's XSPC black tubing from PPC. Absolutely nothing in the tube after ~3 weeks - I mean not even a haze (so I didn't bother taking a pic). However, I think the temperature is a HUGE component in plasticizer leech (especially as it pertains to the Primochill Pro stuff). My loop even under heavy use (benching and BTC mining) never sees the water temperature get over 33C... and at idle the water is ~26C so I'm thinking I probably wouldn't have seen too much leeching even if I'd gone with the Primochill tubing I had. But better safe than sorry for my ~$30!. thumb.gif

It is coated Alu,just not coated well enough...All it takes is a pin hole to start that damage off.
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