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post #6061 of 15599
One quick question.

Copper blocks will oxidize over time.
It will turn black.
That's just natural for copper to do that.
Galvanic corrosion is a form of corrosion.
So is oxidation.

Will X1 prevent or significantly slow down copper blocks from turning black?
Ate these cases of guys running copper blocks on Mayhems for a year without copper oxidation happening?
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I run all copper blocks and rads and I don't see any oxidation while using mayhem.
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It will only slow it down, it can never stop it completely how ever if you have no air in your system and its always running it would take a very very long time for it to set in.
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Originally Posted by cyphon View Post

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

The newer aurora has 33% smaller particles on average, and the actual size of the particles has a larger range.
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This makes no sense to me.....Pastel and Aurora use different particles completely....The fluids themselves have different properties as well

Aurora is X1 based, Pastel is IDC based. Two completely different liquid bases.
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Originally Posted by 15goudreau View Post

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.

Filtering aurora makes X1, filtering pastel gives you a clogged filter XD. Those particles are tiny, they can effortlessly pass through a coffee filter with no issues.

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One quick question.

Copper blocks will oxidize over time.
It will turn black.
That's just natural for copper to do that.
Galvanic corrosion is a form of corrosion.
So is oxidation.

Will X1 prevent or significantly slow down copper blocks from turning black?
Ate these cases of guys running copper blocks on Mayhems for a year without copper oxidation happening?

Had mine in my loop for just under two years, tore my build down and my pinboard style waterblock (Apogee Drive II), and all my nickle plated fittings had absolutely no signs of corrosion. If copper turns black you have a problem because that means it's corroding VERY fast. It will turn blue/green first and form a patina, which naturally shields the copper from further corrosion. If it's black that means it's corroding so fast the patina doesn't form, that's a bad day. If your loop isn't set up for disaster your copper will tarnish, but it should never full on corrode unless something is seriously wrong.
Edited by ZytheEKS - 4/23/14 at 12:30am
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So got my X1 clear and mixed it in. It's meant to be little frothy during the bleeding right? It's gone normal now that it's running and all looks fine but figure I just confirm that.

Also is there a time-frame I should now look at the blocks etc considering it's got X1 mixed in?
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So got my X1 clear and mixed it in. It's meant to be little frothy during the bleeding right? It's gone normal now that it's running and all looks fine but figure I just confirm that.

Also is there a time-frame I should now look at the blocks etc considering it's got X1 mixed in?
Frothy at first is usual. As to timeframe of inspection, I just replace my X-1 annually, and have had zero issues, but I only have one system ATM using X-1, I've gone to pastel for the most part.
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So got my X1 clear and mixed it in. It's meant to be little frothy during the bleeding right? It's gone normal now that it's running and all looks fine but figure I just confirm that.

Also is there a time-frame I should now look at the blocks etc considering it's got X1 mixed in?

Replace sometime between one and two years, it's not a high maintenance fluid. Frothy is due to surfactants, which the X1 has in it so yeah it's normal. Think dish soap for comparison, dish soap is basically one really thick surfactant.
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Thanks guys
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Lol A while ago with the old Aurora you could filter it to make x1 how ever now it will pass through a coffee filter.
Also its not longer X1 based its a new makeup that was built for Aurora not X1.
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Lol A while ago with the old Aurora you could filter it to make x1 how ever now it will pass through a coffee filter.
Also its not longer X1 based its a new makeup that was built for Aurora not X1.

Good facts.

What's the actual liquids recommended time in loop set @, assuming we're just talking about the liquid and not the particles MTBF?
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