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Mayhem, I was wondering if it is possible for a clear/uv green to be made or if you guys have any plans to do this in the future. Thanks.
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you mean invisible UV Green . yes it is possible how ever very expensive and we have had samples ready to for a while how ever the price alone is the killer and just not worth the money to do in bulk.
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you mean invisible UV Green . yes it is possible how ever very expensive and we have had samples ready to for a while how ever the price alone is the killer and just not worth the money to do in bulk.

What would be the price point on that? I mean @ $10 for 15ml dyes are pretty cheap, I could see anything between current prices and $30 being an acceptable for an invisible UV dye, just because clear/uv dyes are neat.
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I can't seem to find their post, but someone asked about how the UV pink looked in action. Just took a pic of mine if interested... hope it helps!

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I can't seem to find their post, but someone asked about how the UV pink looked in action. Just took a pic of mine if interested... hope it helps!


Looks like strawberry soda. Can I drink your coolant?
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Is the Mayhems Pastel Red a light red or a darker blood red color? I seem to be seeing varying types of pastel red online.

Also, what causes mayhem ice white to turn a blue/green color? Is it rust/oxidation from a copper radiator? If so, what's the best way to remove the oxidation and flush it from the system so that it doesn't turn the coolant blue/green again?




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pH imbalance. The flux and solder from radiators can make your coolant change colours. The way to fix this is by cleaning out your radiators before they are installed. Mayhem is producing a cleaning kit, but for right now flush with water. Then mix baking soda(Sodium Bicarbonate) with DI water, rinse your radiators with that. And then flush with DI water a couple of times. Should restore you loop to a pH of 7. You can always get a pH tester kit and see what yours is and get an idea of what's going on. Hope that answers your question thumb.gif

The radiators were thoroughly rinsed before this. Over the course of a year it turned blue/green. I actually tested the ph of the coolant before and it was a relatively neutral solution. I heard that air pockets in radiators can cause this.
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Haha =) first time to hear that one... sure, come on over! smile.gif Lol.

I was really quite happy with the UV reactive component of this pink Mayhem fluid... amazing stuff. I originally had UV blue, but really wasn't happy with how it looked in UV color tubing. The pink shows through perfectly!
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The radiators were thoroughly rinsed before this. Over the course of a year it turned blue/green. I actually tested the ph of the coolant before and it was a relatively neutral solution. I heard that air pockets in radiators can cause this.

Hard to say then..Either it could be potentially a bad batch of Mayhem's or something else was left over in the loop. How thorough were you in flushing your radiators. Those with the best results have actually made their own filtration system with a home filter thing and a water pump, and they run it through a 5 gal bucket of water for like 5 hours. They usually say there is a lot of buildup in the filter afterwards.

Unless you took pH readings before and after it would be hard to say though. I've never heard anything about the air pockets in the radiator, I'm not sure why that would make a difference. Unless it was some sort of oxidation....Maybe if you had copper radiators and enough air to tarnish it, it would turn a white coolant green... kinda like the statue of liberty biggrin.gif
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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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A UT60 holds about 500ml, a monsta will hold a bit more.

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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

okay I asked the question how much do my rads hold and I got a few pretty good close guesses but now that I have my system completely apart I can measure for myself yes I went and got me a milliliter measuring cup Walmart a buck okay my whole system holds 2550 milliliters


Alphacool ut60 480 will hold 550 milliliters


alphacool 480 monsta rad holds 700 milliliters


so there you have it problem solved
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Thats awesome. I was just wondering the other day what my 480's hold
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