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I know Mayhem suggest not using certain company's tubing, Anyone know if Darkside Soft tubing gets along with Mayhem Pastel?
post #13122 of 15449
For those that care, They finished the Tubing test;

http://www.xtremerigs.net/2016/02/05/extreme-rigs-soft-tubing-test/5/

and started a new one ;

http://www.xtremerigs.net/2016/02/07/extreme-rigs-soft-tube-test-take-2/

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post #13123 of 15449
http://www.swiftech.com/h220x2.aspx

Swiftech H220 X2
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Three radiator sizes are now available for dual 120mm fans, triple 120mm fans, and dual 140mm fans. Each series is available in two versions:
Standard, using barb fittings and Swiftech® Helix™ fans, or
Prestige, using Swiftech® Lok Seal™ black chrome compression fittings and Noiseblocker™ NB-eLoop fans.

A fully redesigned patent-pending radiator/reservoir/pump combo featuring a large clear acrylic reservoir of tubular shape, and showing the inner workings of the system’s powerful pump. The large coolant reserve prolongs operations without maintenance well beyond the 3 year product warranty. The quality of the radiator, its paint in particular , has been vastly improved.

A new CPU waterblock, the Apogee™ XL2, which now features chrome plated copper base plate and a redesigned housing with enhanced flow characteristics for better hydraulic performance. The housing is now made of clear acrylic material to visualize the coolant flow path, and to create fantastic color and light reflections. The installation hardware has been enhanced for an even easier and trouble-free installation, and it is compatible with all current desktop processors from Intel® and AMD.

A clear departure from all other AIO's: the use of maintenance free Mayhem ultra-clear tubing, providing the overall custom looks and feel of the product: now, you can clearly see that your system is liquid cooled!

The use of addressable RGB LED’s (ALED) lighting throughout the system: on the waterblock, reservoir, and radiator accent piece; addressable LED’s are the latest and greatest in the world of LED lighting, providing control over each individual LED for unparalleled possibilities in terms of lighting effects.

A new PWM splitter including the ALED lighting control button, allowing users to connect the system PWM devices (fans and pump), and to switch the LED’s to 7 different colors and 3 gradually increasing intensities; the device also includes connectivity to the chassis control panel, utilizing the ubiquitous reset button for instance to switch colors of the LED’s at will.

The inclusion of red, blue and green Mayhem color dyes, so users can customize their own color experience and give their system the finishing touch of their choice.

What has NOT changed

Copper & brass radiator with patent pending integrated high pressure pump & reservoir capable of driving multiple additional devices in the loop.

Enthusiast grade Apogee™ class waterblock.
post #13124 of 15449
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

For those that care, They finished the Tubing test;

http://www.xtremerigs.net/2016/02/05/extreme-rigs-soft-tubing-test/5/

and started a new one ;

http://www.xtremerigs.net/2016/02/07/extreme-rigs-soft-tube-test-take-2/

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I'm looking forward to the new test results and even more happy knowing there's an option that works for less than half the price.
post #13125 of 15449
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From Mayhems

Pre Warning :

Mayhems Blitz pro - No longer produced (when its gone it will be gone)

It is being replaced with Mayhems Blitz Kit

Basically the PH meter is being dropped as well as the price will go down to compensate for the loss of the Meter. We will include Ph strips.

Reason for change.

Suppler of PH meter has escalated the price of the PH meters and they simply will add too much onto the price of the kit that were not willing to goto.

Where did you get this info, must be from Mick himself I presume thinking.gif nothing is mentioned on his website questionmark.gif

Tbh. I have never used their PH meter, although I had one I preferred PH strips from aquarium store worked great and if that will lower the price, why not thumb.gif
Edited by NewUser16 - 2/9/16 at 7:03pm
post #13126 of 15449
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http://www.swiftech.com/h220x2.aspx

Swiftech H220 X2

Hats off to Swiftech and Mayhems for teaming up.
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EK XE 480 + EK CoolStream PE 480 10x Phanteks + 2x Cougar Vortex MCP50X + MCP50X Windows 10 Pro 
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ViewSonic VX2250 22" LED Generic HP Corsair AX860i Lian-Li DK-Q2X 
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post #13127 of 15449
Alright, so after a bunch of time gathering parts, I'm in the final stages of my build and my radiators should be done with Blitz Part 1 later tonight. My question regards what needs to be done after you run Blitz Part 2 for the full 24 hours. I know you're supposed to flush the system using "fresh" water, but does that mean you have the option of flushing with the loop closed, or is it better to continually take in new water? Also, if I decide to use a bucket to feed an open loop, is it necessary that I add a filter to the beginning or end of the loop?
post #13128 of 15449
Either way would be good, just fill it and run 20-30 min. each time if you go with the close loop way.
You can run continuously via- sinks faucet as long as your water where your at is decently clean and I'm sure it's not that bad to worry about any filters. Afterwards I would say last 2-3 flashes use distilled water and it should be good to go thumb.gif
post #13129 of 15449
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Either way would be good, just fill it and run 20-30 min. each time if you go with the close loop way.
You can run continuously via- sinks faucet as long as your water where your at is decently clean and I'm sure it's not that bad to worry about any filters. Afterwards I would say last 2-3 flashes use distilled water and it should be good to go thumb.gif

what about running water threw a pitcher filter like Brita, then using that water? think it would make a difference?
post #13130 of 15449
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Originally Posted by NewUser16 View Post

Either way would be good, just fill it and run 20-30 min. each time if you go with the close loop way.
You can run continuously via- sinks faucet as long as your water where your at is decently clean and I'm sure it's not that bad to worry about any filters. Afterwards I would say last 2-3 flashes use distilled water and it should be good to go thumb.gif

Well then, it's a really good thing I live in NYC. There's a reason we have the best tap water. XD

In any case, though, I'm going to guess that my objective is to make it so that whatever comes out of a look is within a certain range of pH deviance from vanilla distilled water. What kind of deviance here would be acceptable? Also, if I run this through the sink, at what point should I switch to distilled.
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