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How many ML will a Monsta Quad 120mm Radiator - 80mm or a UT60 Full Copper Quad 120mm hold ??
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post #5502 of 15449
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Originally Posted by whitie63 View Post

How many ML will a Monsta Quad 120mm Radiator - 80mm or a UT60 Full Copper Quad 120mm hold ??

A lot, lol. Your best bet is to fill your loop with distilled water, drain it into a gallon jug, and measure out exactly how much coolant your entire loop has rather than estimating.
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post #5503 of 15449
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So just a couple of pics. this was after we have done part one and part 2 of the new cleaning system. The measurement is done after 24 hours of part 2 cleaning and is show at PH 7.0 which is perfect. We forgot to take pics at the beginning how ever the liquid was showing as PH 9.8 . All we need to do now is flush the system 2 times and then use the coolant we wish to test.

The yellow / green tint to the liquid is all the crap left from the rad and cleaning of the system.


post #5504 of 15449
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Originally Posted by whitie63 View Post

How many ML will a Monsta Quad 120mm Radiator - 80mm or a UT60 Full Copper Quad 120mm hold ??

A UT60 holds about 500ml, a monsta will hold a bit more.
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post #5505 of 15449
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Hey Guys I have had my SM8 with Pastel White up for about 9 months. I recently noticed a green tint to this pastel white. I am about to do a tear down to inspect but wanted to see if anyone else experienced this or had any suggestions.

What tubing?
Also try to drain and run through coffee filters and see if it cleans up
Edited by cyphon - 3/11/14 at 3:49am
post #5506 of 15449
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Originally Posted by cyphon View Post

What tubing?
Also try to drain and run through coffee filters and see if it cleans up

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post #5507 of 15449
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Originally Posted by Mayhem View Post

Colour changes are normally down to the rad releasing contaminants into the system over time. When heat is applied this is when you start getting colour changes. We have noted that some manufacturers do not clean there rads very well before sending them to re-sellers or customers. This is not our fault how ever we have been working on a cleaning system that will resolve the issue.

Have you observed this discoloring to be affected by temperature, time or other factors ? Yes, the stuff left in the rads is the primary problem but does the normal series of flushes (acidic / base / Tap Water / DW) remove it all ...... or does this remove only the top most easily soluble layer and this will continue but to a much lesser extent over time ? If the temps rise above normal, can this accelearte any of the deleterious material to dissolve out into the mix ? Are the components in the mix in any way affected by temps.

Reason I ask is after thorough washed with low and high pH, long tap water flushes both hot and cold and multiple flushes of DW, I ran for a week on DW before draining, reflushing with two fills of DW and finally the red pastel..... color held fast for 2.5 months at which point I added 2 bottles of red dye to better match the Mushkin / RoG Red. Color seemed to hold for 5-6 weeks but just recently it **seems** to be losing some of its brightness.

I have been doing some experimentation on the cooling system, running benchies with fan speeds from max to fans off which brought the system temps up to heights never seen before..... max core temp went to 84Cwitf fans off and coolant temps reached 39C .... whereas before worse case under bench testing was 74C on the core and like 37C on coolant w/ fans at minimum speed. I doubt that temps would affect the fluids "in a bottle" but wondered if perhaps if over time or if aided by elevated temps, rad flux or other compounds not removed by the acid / base baths might eventually leach out and cause this effect ?

I love the fact that you guys are addressing this issue instead of what many others might do and maintain a "talk to your rad guy, dude, it's not our problem" approach. Also I wondered if you have determined just what form this stuff takes when it discolors the fluid. Does the flux and other deleterious materials leach out of soldered joints, form bonds with water and / or coolant compounds and form a minute particulate that could perhaps be filtered out such that theonedub could drain his system, store the fluid, flush with your new cleaning system, filter his fluid to remove what's discoloring it and reuse ?

We do this at water treatment plants to remove minute traces of compounds .... chemicals are added to form bonds with what we want removed, the bonded compound will coalesce into a floc which can then be removed by settling or filtering.
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post #5508 of 15449
Is there a special trick with bleeding Mayhems X1 Clear?

I tested my system with destilled water first and bleeding out the airbubbles went extremly fast.

Now I filled it with the X1, after draining it first ofc, and it looks like I filled it with sparkling water, no louck so far with bleeding it at all.

Any tips?
post #5509 of 15449
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Is there a special trick with bleeding Mayhems X1 Clear?

I tested my system with destilled water first and bleeding out the airbubbles went extremly fast.

Now I filled it with the X1, after draining it first ofc, and it looks like I filled it with sparkling water, no louck so far with bleeding it at all.

Any tips?

It took about 1 week of running the system to remove the bubbles in my X1.
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A UT60 holds about 500ml, a monsta will hold a bit more.

Really ....just a single 120mm ? Are the little reservoirs holding that much as just the tubes wud seem to be a lot less. I was just doing some math in my nead when I read your answer....I was assuming 150ml for the end portions, .... at 500ml for the whole shebang, that would leave 350ml per 120mm.

With a 480 + 360 ...... (350 x 7) + (2 x 150) = 2.75 liters.

It would be nice to know this stuff.....For example

60 x 250 mm res ~ 575 ml
10mm tubing ~ 2.2 ml / inch
Model ABC GPU Block ~ 40 ml
Model DEF CPU Block ~ 25 ml

Would be easy enuff to measure ya stuff as you do a build using a kitchen measuring cup .... have to grab a 100ml graduated cylinder for more accuracy. Next time I do a build will start a thread.....though I have to say, didn't get much participation on the GFX Card Dimensions thread last time we tried to create an OCN DB of that info..

http://www.overclock.net/t/1437498/data-resource-for-wcers-gfx-card-dimensions
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