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We haven't tested it, how ever Mod my Mods is sending me some for testing and we will post results.

ok, That's very nice of them. Any ETA when you can expect the results?

From what I know the frosted material is on the outside of the tubing.
post #14822 of 14946
@Mayhem I'm about to perform my yearly maintenance. Here's what I'll do:
· Drain
· Visual inspection and brush cleaning of gpu and cpu blocks
· (reassemble)
· pressure test
· run the loop with an external pump and water filter (with tap water) to clean all possible remaining particles
· Mayhems Blitz pt 2 (pt 1 was applied 1-2 years ago)

Would you alter the order?

I was going to use a bottle of EK EVO clear coolant I have around, but I see that it was manufactured almost 3 years ago... I also have Mayhems extreme biocide which I've never actually used because I have a few of those Monsoon silver plated fittings (and reading about red plague scared me off). Can I be safe-ish with one of those options? Only copper blocks here, plus alphacool rads (leper rads).
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That's sounds like a good plan, personally I'd just run distilled through instead of tap water. Also running pt 2 then flush again is good too
     
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

We haven't tested it, how ever Mod my Mods is sending me some for testing and we will post results.

ok, That's very nice of them. Any ETA when you can expect the results?

From what I know the frosted material is on the outside of the tubing.

It takes 2 to 3 weeks for testing fully. As soon as testing is complete and a report has been written up for internal use we will add it to the list. this can be upwards of 1 month in total. Sorry testing takes time if it is to be done correctly.
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@Mayhem I'm about to perform my yearly maintenance. Here's what I'll do:
· Drain
· Visual inspection and brush cleaning of gpu and cpu blocks
· (reassemble)
· pressure test
· run the loop with an external pump and water filter (with tap water) to clean all possible remaining particles
· Mayhems Blitz pt 2 (pt 1 was applied 1-2 years ago)

Would you alter the order?

I was going to use a bottle of EK EVO clear coolant I have around, but I see that it was manufactured almost 3 years ago... I also have Mayhems extreme biocide which I've never actually used because I have a few of those Monsoon silver plated fittings (and reading about red plague scared me off). Can I be safe-ish with one of those options? Only copper blocks here, plus alphacool rads (leper rads).

Sounds good to me, tap water is fine (in the UK it is i do not know about any other country) but you must run though with good clean water once finished. If you do not your asking for issues. If the product ws made by us it will be fine, if not i cannot answer. best not to mix Biocide Extreme with monsoon silver your asking for trouble. Stick with normal coolant or pastel. Leper rads lMOA ..... Love it.


Edited by Mayhem - 4/27/17 at 12:55am
post #14826 of 14946
Could someone show me what mayhems purple pastel actually looks like?
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Originally Posted by Alpina 7 View Post

Could someone show me what mayhems purple pastel actually looks like?

here are a few off google image search

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That's sounds like a good plan, personally I'd just run distilled through instead of tap water. Also running pt 2 then flush again is good too
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That's sounds like a good plan, personally I'd just run distilled through instead of tap water. Also running pt 2 then flush again is good too
I will run DI right after tap water or perhaps just DI, and also flush again pt2, otherwise it will be soapy!

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Sounds good to me, tap water is fine (in the UK it is i do not know about any other country) but you must run though with good clean water once finished. If you do not your asking for issues. If the product ws made by us it will be fine, if not i cannot answer. best not to mix Biocide Extreme with monsoon silver your asking for trouble. Stick with normal coolant or pastel. Leper rads lMOA ..... Love it.

Thanks a lot! I think I'll go with the EK coolant and keep an eye on the acrylic cpu block (I always do every now and then).

And those rads... they keep on dropping debris no matter how many times you flush them (pt1, boiled distilled, tap water...) and that gets deposited in my cpu block. It doesn't have any measurable impact on performance (or so I think), but I wonder why they did not prevent this (cost cutting, sure)
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Hmm I was hoping for more of a Barney purple so to speak
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Why did I buy 3 years supply of pastel white extreme before I saw how awesome distilled water looks in the mayhems 16mm glass tubing!? And this was before I cleaned them up!
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