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post #5411 of 15456
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

Right were working on some new product descriptions of all our products. Once we've compiled all the information together we will add the information to all our site and on here.

So the what is the information were going to add.

1) Light fastness, now this normally is information used on dyes that tell how "Light Fast" the dye is when it is placed in the sun. We will update this information on our products letting you know how light fast the colours are in a loop exposed to normal light and UV light. We will grade it 1 to 5. 1 being bad 5 being excellent.

This will help people understand how bright the colour will stay over a period of time.

2) PH range. We will let everyone know what the ph range of each dye / product is so that if you say use a rad that changes the ph we will let you know what the max of each dye or product is. The lesser the PH range the more sensitive the product will be to change.

We think this information will be good for all users how ever it will take some time to compile all this information.

Very nice. Will this information be included on the bottle labels as well?
post #5412 of 15456
For acrylic and Primochill Advanced LRT usage the XT-1 would be ok? Or should I buy the X1? I want know this because the XT-1 is better performer and much cheaper than the X1...
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Monsoon Hardline tubes warranty terms:

Guaranteed against manufacturing defects for one (1) full year from your date of purchase. This warranty does not include customer damage to the finish or the product itself caused by over tightening or incorrectly applied tool force or use of fluids containing any abrasives or glycol. Water cooling has an inherent risk of damage to your computer parts from improperly selected or installed components; therefore, Monsoon is not responsible for any damage that might arise from the use of these products. We recommend leak testing your loop outside of your system for at least 24 hours.

Primochill Advanced LRT warranty terms:

With the use of different components, materials, fluids, and flow rates, results may vary with the appearance of your tubing. Although Advanced LRT™ is designed to work with a large variety of cooling components the use of alcohols, Ethylene Glycol and as well as any other harmful chemicals is strictly prohibited and will void your warranty. Tubing will stain if “dyed” coolants are used. PrimoChill is not responsible for any damage caused by or when using this product. Please use at your own risk.
post #5413 of 15456
xt-1 is supposed to be used with sub zero temperatures which usually have a dilution of glycol in it to reduce the freezing point. Glycol will crack acrylic given enough time if it isn't diluted enough because it will react with the bonds. I would stay away from it unless you are going sub zero and just buy the x-1
post #5414 of 15456
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

Right were working on some new product descriptions of all our products. Once we've compiled all the information together we will add the information to all our site and on here.

So the what is the information were going to add.

1) Light fastness, now this normally is information used on dyes that tell how "Light Fast" the dye is when it is placed in the sun. We will update this information on our products letting you know how light fast the colours are in a loop exposed to normal light and UV light. We will grade it 1 to 5. 1 being bad 5 being excellent.

This will help people understand how bright the colour will stay over a period of time.

2) PH range. We will let everyone know what the ph range of each dye / product is so that if you say use a rad that changes the ph we will let you know what the max of each dye or product is. The lesser the PH range the more sensitive the product will be to change.

We think this information will be good for all users how ever it will take some time to compile all this information.

Very nice. Will this information be included on the bottle labels as well?

I think i could work on some sort of information which could be added to the bottle. Ill have to look into it.
post #5415 of 15456
Hello guys & Mayhems thumb.gif . I bought aurora tharsis concentrate and DI water for my simple loop (only cpu) in my build (see below) rolleyes.gif
Since i will use a " T " fitting with a bitspower's tap to help me out draining the loop (for maintenance purposes), i was asking myself if there will be any particular issue if the loop will be like this :

D5 pump ---> T fitting+ tap ---> cpu waterblock ---> rad ---> z-multi tank ---> back to pump

Rad will be on top of the case. Waterblock and pump at the same level (it's a reverse-atx) , tank will be a few cm over the tank. T fitting and tap will be at the lowest position .

I know aurora particles may stagnate so do you have advices ? May this loop works without problems?

thanks
post #5416 of 15456
I would guess you would be ok because the d5 pump should have enough flow to keep all the particles in suspension. However other users may have different opinions about that.
post #5417 of 15456
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Originally Posted by topomodder View Post

Hello guys & Mayhems thumb.gif . I bought aurora tharsis concentrate and DI water for my simple loop (only cpu) in my build (see below) rolleyes.gif
Since i will use a " T " fitting with a bitspower's tap to help me out draining the loop (for maintenance purposes), i was asking myself if there will be any particular issue if the loop will be like this :

D5 pump ---> T fitting+ tap ---> cpu waterblock ---> rad ---> z-multi tank ---> back to pump

Rad will be on top of the case. Waterblock and pump at the same level (it's a reverse-atx) , tank will be a few cm over the tank. T fitting and tap will be at the lowest position .

I know aurora particles may stagnate so do you have advices ? May this loop works without problems?

thanks

Aurora doesn't like T fittings if I remember correctly. You should be fine, but if possible I'd drop the T fitting and go for some QDC draining instead.
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post #5418 of 15456
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Originally Posted by ZytheEKS View Post

Aurora doesn't like T fittings if I remember correctly. You should be fine, but if possible I'd drop the T fitting and go for some QDC draining instead.

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I would guess you would be ok because the d5 pump should have enough flow to keep all the particles in suspension. However other users may have different opinions about that.

Thank you guys !!!
Well the compromise would be removing the tap and leave the T fitting with a simple plug , but on the other hand it would be a pain in the ass to drain .
Hope anyone has any other ideas and opinions so I can make a clear decision
post #5419 of 15456
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Thank you guys !!!
Well the compromise would be removing the tap and leave the T fitting with a simple plug , but on the other hand it would be a pain in the ass to drain .
Hope anyone has any other ideas and opinions so I can make a clear decision

As I said, using quick disconnects as a draining mechanism would be an alternative. I don't think the T-fitting would decrease the lifespan that much since it's such a small loop, but yeah.
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post #5420 of 15456
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As I said, using quick disconnects as a draining mechanism would be an alternative. I don't think the T-fitting would decrease the lifespan that much since it's such a small loop, but yeah.

Alright, thank you very much!
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