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You can add clear blue uv in the mix, it won't change the color of the pastel under normal light, although you should have in mind that you may need quite enough to achieve the uv effect with pastel, but a bottle should do smile.gif here is a video with sky blue uv coolant making procedure:
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post #1852 of 15411
does red pastel (or any mayhems dye/coolant) work in a Volenti cooler?
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I know Mayhem is on the road sort of speaking but needs some assistance. I recently switched over from distilled water to Pastel Gigabit Orange. Prior to putting the coolant in, I did flush my system several times. The lighting in my case isn't all that great right now as it was setup for my prior config with only UV lighting. So, I went to redo my lighting in the case and found I now have Gigabit Brown. redface.gif I know that has something to do with ph levels but have never being in this situation. What do I need to get or do to resolve this before replacing the coolant? Thanks
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Possible some PC owners who use Frozenq's Liquid Fusion reservoir and Mayhem's dys could give me some insight.

I was wondering if there would be any issues viewing the Double helix from the reservoir with using certain colors of pastel and/or dyes?

For instance Pastel White, (I am assuming) would most likely obstruct the viewing of the double helixs.
post #1855 of 15411
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Originally Posted by KaGB View Post

Possible some PC owners who use Frozenq's Liquid Fusion reservoir and Mayhem's dys could give me some insight.

I was wondering if there would be any issues viewing the Double helix from the reservoir with using certain colors of pastel and/or dyes?

For instance Pastel White, (I am assuming) would most likely obstruct the viewing of the double helixs.
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i believe any pastel will hide the helix, as for dyed water i think the helix will still be visible
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Finally was able to achieve the Blood Red color I was looking for. thumb.gif
Hopefully this time it was stay like this. tongue.gif
post #1857 of 15411
Mayhem's Blue w/ XT-1.



post #1858 of 15411
I just got some "Deep Red" dye in today for one of the systems I'm reworking, [Build Log] The Switched Switch (A Reverse ATX Switch 810).

Tomorrow I will start hooking the system up for real, but I just couldn't wait to see how red the "Deep Red" is. I wasn't disappointed. Thanks Mayhem!

post #1859 of 15411
Ok so I have a couple questions.

Just finished my build and put aurora with some ocean blue dye in it.. i know i know not for complex loops.. but it was rly cool looking and i had to try it. Needless to say, after a day of use, its disipated to about 1/2 of what it started out as.


^Freshly filled

I'll try and get another pic up to show how it is now.

If i did the math right the system has about 2200mil of liquid, not sure if that matters or not but..

Back to my questions.
1: Any suggestions on how to clean it out of the loop, or can i just run water and vinegar through it? Really dont want to take it all apart and clean it :/
2: Will the Pastel range do this same sort of thing in a complex loop?(loose its milkyness over time)
3: any idea on how to get a copper looking pastel color?
post #1860 of 15411
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2: Will the Pastel range do this same sort of thing in a complex loop?(loose its milkyness over time)

I've been running the new formula of Pastel Orange since it's release (slightly over 2 months now) and I must say that the orange looks just as good as the day that I put it into my system. The rig that the Pastel is in runs 24/7 too. It's in a loop that has a Monsta 360, RX360, dual bay, dual pump, dual video card blocks and CPU block, so it should be similar to your current set up.
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