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post #6051 of 15718
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Originally Posted by bigbangSG View Post

What the diff between the old version and the new version

I do not remember all of the details, but the particles are slightly different and the viscosity is different. It should be able to keep the effect longer and work in a little more complex loops than the original version
post #6052 of 15718
I think the coolant also lasts longer in general.

Hey Mick, have you thought about just selling the nano particles to be added to pastel? Seeing as you can filter them out of the Aurora to make pastel couldn't you do the opposite? For those who already own pastel biggrin.gif
post #6053 of 15718
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Originally Posted by 15goudreau View Post

I think the coolant also lasts longer in general.

Hey Mick, have you thought about just selling the nano particles to be added to pastel? Seeing as you can filter them out of the Aurora to make pastel couldn't you do the opposite? For those who already own pastel biggrin.gif


This makes no sense to me.....Pastel and Aurora use different particles completely....The fluids themselves have different properties as well
post #6054 of 15718
Maybe I am confused and you can filter pastel to make x1? I know there is a post about filtering either aurora or pastel to make either pastel or x1... not sure though.
post #6055 of 15718
Why not just buy the right fluid? Idk maybe I'm crazy.
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Why not just buy the right fluid? Idk maybe I'm crazy.

lol, this ^
post #6057 of 15718
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Why not just buy the right fluid? Idk maybe I'm crazy.

Because I already own pastel. And if it was as easy as adding particles to a fluid you already own it could be cheaper than buying another 40$ worth of coolant.
post #6058 of 15718
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Because I already own pastel. And if it was as easy as adding particles to a fluid you already own it could be cheaper than buying another 40$ worth of coolant.

True but that doesn't make very much business sense for mayhem. it would simultaneously hurt sales of new fluids and be giving away the secrets of how they make their products smile.gif
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Because I already own pastel. And if it was as easy as adding particles to a fluid you already own it could be cheaper than buying another 40$ worth of coolant.

Sort of see what you are saying, but I thin the only reliable way of this would be to add to DI Water...which is basically buying it anyway, lol. Pastel, you'd have to filter everything out to get just the water anyway and then add it in. X1, you maybe could get it working. XT1 is questionable.

I think this may create a support nightmare, however. Someone could easily put in too much and then complain the system is clogged or it destroyed something in their loop. Would be hard to monitor and prove one way or another
post #6060 of 15718
Yeah it was just a thought. It would be cool so that you could switch between x1 or pastel without having to buy more than you need. Once I need to clean out everything or redo the loop I'll just pick up some aurora and see how it goes.

Anyone know if aurora plays well with HL radiators? I don't know where to find out if they are straight channeled or not...
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