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post #14801 of 14951
Aurora 3
Working for 3 months. hope they get it to last a lot longer then it would be great to have in a loop.
post #14802 of 14951
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Originally Posted by imLagging View Post

Good luck with yours! Remember flushing with a closed loop it just recirculates any remnant and residue. Also regular flushes with no pressure doesn't seem to help removing either aurora particles or blitz part2.
I believe this is why the video instructs to flush with the tap method and from personal experience I see why it's recommended. I guess difficulty varies in how easy a loop is to take apart and how many blocks or radiators are involved.

thanks I'll have to hook it up to a tap then.

My loop is simple just the CPU as haven't got a GPU block for my 280x.

My parts are
Aquacomputer cuplex kryos Delrin waterblock
EK - XRES 250mm DDC Reservoir
EK D5 Laing Vario Pump
EK CoolStream PE 360 Triple Radiator
PrimoChill 3/8" id 1/2" od Rigid PETG Tube
Primochill revolver rigid tube fittings.
Valve and other fittings EK


Going to replace the tubing as I started to run out of tubes as it was my first go at rigid.
So I don't have to worry about getting the tubes clean the most important will be the other parts.
post #14803 of 14951
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Aurora 3
Working for 3 months. hope they get it to last a lot longer then it would be great to have in a loop.
iirc the last Aurora version I put in was v4. It did shockingly well on my overkill loop with 5 rads, 3 blocks and 15-90° fittings, kinda want to try it in a smaller loop but I don't build small loops biggrin.gif
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iirc the last Aurora version I put in was v4. It did shockingly well on my overkill loop with 5 rads, 3 blocks and 15-90° fittings, kinda want to try it in a smaller loop but I don't build small loops biggrin.gif

So did it last long?
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So did it last long?
It went about 4 months before I broke the loop down for other reasons and I haven't gotten it back to a permanent state yet to get more aurora in there again. It definitely still faded out, but slowly and there are ways to kick it back up. Assuming your pc is small enough you can rotate the case and basically get a few bubbles to run the loop and agitate the settled particles. Since my rads/pumps were built in to a table I was using QDC's to reverse my loop flow and bypass various parts to get more particles in suspension. Seemed to work OK but I just wasn't happy with the loop aesthetic for other reasons
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post #14806 of 14951
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iirc the last Aurora version I put in was v4. It did shockingly well on my overkill loop with 5 rads, 3 blocks and 15-90° fittings, kinda want to try it in a smaller loop but I don't build small loops biggrin.gif

So Im guessing that V3 and V4 are not available to the public? Any Idea on when it will be and what the current state is?
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So Im guessing that V3 and V4 are not available to the public? Any Idea on when it will be and what the current state is?
I bought mine from performance-pcs.com. I don't have any of the bottles left otherwise I'd check to be sure

edit: pretty sure it was v4
http://www.overclock.net/t/1286896/mayhems-users-club/14160_30#post_25557127
Edited by 0ldChicken - 4/23/17 at 11:29am
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I bought mine from performance-pcs.com. I don't have any of the bottles left otherwise I'd check to be sure

edit: pretty sure it was v4
http://www.overclock.net/t/1286896/mayhems-users-club/14160_30#post_25557127

Looking at those the are all listed as Aurora 2. Is there a specific model number that differentiates the them that I can reference to?
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post #14809 of 14951
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Looking at those the are all listed as Aurora 2. Is there a specific model number that differentiates the them that I can reference to?
not to my knowledge, i looked at my invoice history and the SKU was MAS250ML. They are usually very friendly and I'm sure if you call before ordering they will check to see which they have in stock for the particular one you're interested in thumb.gif They are used to very picky people I think, comes with the territory
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post #14810 of 14951
Love the way pastel blue and UV sky blue (maybe ice white, cant remember what I ordered) look under the cold cathode tubes. Not finished sleeving cables yet but the loop came out well. I've had some issues lately though with what appears to be algea growing in my loop. Not sure how this is possible as i orded the pre-mix from mayhem that comes loaded with growtb inhibitors. Also had the issue of not one, but two of my 980 ti's have an r33 inductor fry on them, hopefully RMA works out. Not to mention the 6 EK Vardar fans I killed by mixing up a ppsitive and negative wire, oh well haha. Loop isnt perfect but I have new parts on the way, will try to keep everyone posted as ro how the outcome looks. Also worth mentioning is how quickly the UV dye faded out, not sure how to prolong its UV reactivity any longer than a few weeks.





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