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Thanks.

So if I want to have UV effect, only the Pastel UV Green and Pastel UV Lime Yellow can be used? What happens if I use Pastel Blue with UV lights?

And I know this is a silly thing to ask, but which is better between Mayhems Ultra Clear tubing and Primoflex Advanced LRT clear?
I prefer mayhem's, LRT is too stiff for me and way more expensive last i checked
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I prefer mayhem's, LRT is too stiff for me and way more expensive last i checked

 

I see. Isn't more stiff better to avoid kinks?

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@Mayhem

 

And does the Pastel work with anti-cylone sponges in the reservoirs? AFAIK, those also act like filters, right?

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Mayhem's strongly advise against any filters with their fluid, as long as you use the blitz kit and properly flush out the rads, and loop there is no reason to even need filters!
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Those coarse PU sponges are no filter, there will be no blockage using them. I think they are only intended to remove big bubbles and vortices in cylindrical reservoirs.
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just time alone will get the bubbles out too, as long as you get the bigger ones out of the loop the small ones will over time disappear as well
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Those coarse PU sponges are no filter, there will be no blockage using them. I think they are only intended to remove big bubbles and vortices in cylindrical reservoirs.

Correct. I don't think these are filters in theirselves. They're anti-cyclone sponges. But I still want to confirm.
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I see. Isn't more stiff better to avoid kinks?
i never had an issue with it kinking but I was never doing any crazy bends either.
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1) Yes, in fact some of the premixed 100ml colours use non stain dyes.
2) yes but the more dye you add the less UV effect you get. This is Why UV red is never very UV active.
3) Im 100 against use any kind of filter in any system. 1 blockage and your FUBAR. I have never used a filter in 18+ years of water cooling.
4) mix ratio of XT-1 Nuke is 1 to 9, so 100ml of XT-1 Nuke to 900ml of pure water. If you whish to go sub zero increase the ammount of XT-1 Nuke varying from 10% up to a maximum of 60%.

Thank you for the quick reply.

I have the filter, I would just hate for it to go to waste. It's been nothing but a pain to to get into my system & have integrated into my loop.
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I'm into distilled and Mayhems Biocide Extreme in my systems, my water is crystal clear for months thumb.gif but this.....look sick mad.gif what a difference in clarity and the glass its giving you the illusion of magnifying the size of the tubing, it's just not fair mad.gifmad.gifthumb.gif

Hmm... I think I'll go with the pastel I have for now. That means in the future I can make some changes and change the theme a bit to be even stealthier. Get a non transparent GPU block and a custom glass tube made for my MMRS res. Swap around my fan mounts or even dye them grey since noctua don't offer that.

... Maybe in a couple years biggrin.gif
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