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You wouldn't have warranty issues by using Mayhems products with our components thumb.gif

Good to know. I plan to use them for my ITX build soon biggrin.gif
I already switched over to EK UV Blue and love the results with Darkside LEDs.
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Xt1 red ... simple , effective does the job intended. smile.gif
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Xt1 red ... simple , effective does the job intended. smile.gif

How does the Red Pastel compare? I ended up ordering some of that.

Thanks thumb.gif
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How does the Red Pastel compare? I ended up ordering some of that.

Thanks thumb.gif

Pastel red is super sensitive to ph levels. So if you do not clean the rads properly and your ph level is wrong, it will change a different shade of red.
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Pastel red is super sensitive to ph levels. So if you do not clean the rads properly and your ph level is wrong, it will change a different shade of red.

Damn should have done more research to the pastel......... anything I can mix it with to make it better?
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Pastel red is super sensitive to ph levels. So if you do not clean the rads properly and your ph level is wrong, it will change a different shade of red.

Damn should have done more research to the pastel......... anything I can mix it with to make it better?


Nope. Just Blitz your radiators, and you should be fine.

-Z
Edited by ZytheEKS - 10/25/15 at 1:46am
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Well, technically he could add some dyes. Cant he?
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Well, technically he could add some dyes. Cant he?

Adding red dye to crap will just make it redish crap. If your pH is screwed and your pastel discolours due to it sure you can add more dye but that's not going to unscrew your pastel. Blitz the rad clean, get the flux out of there, and prevent the contaminants from screwing your pastel.

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Pastel is PH sensitive and always has been from day one, From day dot of Liquid cooling and HVAC systems have always needed a good clean before you use them, some manufacturers of rads say XSPC ultra clean there rads using sonic cleaning systems and there rads are clean as any thing from the get go how ever some dont or are changing the way they clean their rads so the issue is not as prominent.

We created the Mayhems Blitz Cleaning system to combat this issue as a temporary measure to fix the PH imbalance in dirty radiators how ever it has seem to become the defacto standard in cleaning system due to how well it does the job. All mayhems bottles (square 1 Ltrs) now have a working PH on their bottles to point out this fact as well as warning reference cleaning your system.
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I heard there was a new longer lasting version of Aurora coolant out or in the works. One that can be used in a daily used rig and wont plug up blocks. Is this true? Any details?
 
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