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Just a PSA to everyone, remember to leak test with an external PSU jump. Just filled with 3liters of XT-1 clear, and apparently I punctured my rad installing the fans and it spilled EVERYWHERE in the chassis. Might cost you a couple dozen $ in coolant, as it cost me, but that beats a few hundred in hardware. Ripped the radiator out and refilled with some X1 Oil black I had in the closet.

On a completely unrelated note Mayhems Ultrapure tastes amazing, tastiest water I've ever drank. (Had a bit under 50ml after I finished filling and thought why not)

-Z
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

Hi there fin bending is normal just pin them back. When i say pin them back just get a pin and move them straight wink.gif.

As for you contacting us i have checked my spam mail and there is not a single email to me from your self (as in ref bent fins). whom did you email. Also there is no pms from you either.

Hello again,

First, thanks for your quick answer.

The dress I mailed was this one : mayhems@mayhems.co.uk (referred to as the Product Support address) + I received an automated message saying that someone will respond shortly.

Here are two photos I took :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Thanks again smile.gif,

ugo

Minor fin damage is fairly typical for radiators. Radiator fins are around 25microns thick, that's 0.025mm thick. All it takes is the fedex guy throwing it at the wrong angle to bend a fin. This also means they're extremely easy to bend back into position. I wouldn't put a second thought into throwing it in your loop. The type of defects that merit an RMA or second guessing installing it are loose fins (i.e. they are physically loose), punctured tubes, that sort of thing. thumb.gif

-Z
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Just a PSA to everyone, remember to leak test with an external PSU jump. Just filled with 3liters of XT-1 clear, and apparently I punctured my rad installing the fans and it spilled EVERYWHERE in the chassis. Might cost you a couple dozen $ in coolant, as it cost me, but that beats a few hundred in hardware. Ripped the radiator out and refilled with some X1 Oil black I had in the closet.

On a completely unrelated note Mayhems Ultrapure tastes amazing, tastiest water I've ever drank. (Had a bit under 50ml after I finished filling and thought why not)

-Z
Minor fin damage is fairly typical for radiators. Radiator fins are around 25microns thick, that's 0.025mm thick. All it takes is the fedex guy throwing it at the wrong angle to bend a fin. This also means they're extremely easy to bend back into position. I wouldn't put a second thought into throwing it in your loop. The type of defects that merit an RMA or second guessing installing it are loose fins (i.e. they are physically loose), punctured tubes, that sort of thing. thumb.gif

-Z

Still say leak test with air first. Always fill using the backup jumped PSU tho thumb.gif
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post #10383 of 14152
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

Hi there fin bending is normal just pin them back. When i say pin them back just get a pin and move them straight wink.gif.

As for you contacting us i have checked my spam mail and there is not a single email to me from your self (as in ref bent fins). whom did you email. Also there is no pms from you either.

Hello again,

First, thanks for your quick answer.

The dress I mailed was this one : mayhems@mayhems.co.uk (referred to as the Product Support address) + I received an automated message saying that someone will respond shortly.

Here are two photos I took :







Thanks again smile.gif,

ugo

we don't have a mayhems@mayhems.co.uk support address ... were did you get that from ? it should be michael@mayhems.co.uk
post #10384 of 14152
It was trough your website on this exact page : http://mayhems.co.uk/mayhems/index.php/support/product-support

Looks like it's not working properly ^^.
post #10385 of 14152
Thread Starter 
Looks like something has gone wrong then. Ive just tested the page and the email is not coming though :/ ... Ill get our web site guy onto it. thank you for pointing out this mistake we will sort it out, Thank you for pointing out the issue.

Mick
Edited by Mayhem - 3/27/15 at 11:03am
post #10386 of 14152
Hi Mick

just got the package from order 1833 we thought was lost after two months blinksmiley.gif . Since Steve already processed a refund to my card I own you guys money. Will be sending an email to you and Steve authorizing to make the same charge again to my account.

Thank you for all the help

Gabriel
post #10387 of 14152
Blitz part 2 been in 21 hours now. Do i really need to do the full 24? I'm like a child and cant wait to see that pastel blueberry going round. New loop if that helps.
post #10388 of 14152
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Blitz part 2 been in 21 hours now. Do i really need to do the full 24? I'm like a child and cant wait to see that pastel blueberry going round. New loop if that helps.

Nah, Id go ahead and start flushing now, it's gonna take a while.
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Nah, Id go ahead and start flushing now, it's gonna take a while.

Sweet. Yeah thats why im chomping at the bit as theres 2 lots of flushing to do with the dionised water then fill back up. Not long now.
post #10390 of 14152
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it really up to you how ever i wrote the instruction so that it make sure you get the most from the products. Patience is a virtue smile.gif
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