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I want her how much the shipping for USA biggrin.gif i will put here right beside my bed , I mean my RiG
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post #832 of 15376
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@paopaovocal that looks like a wicked vid you have done there. But .. you have a bay res (crys) it wont last that long .. how ever it certainly has given the effect you need.
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Finally, officially a Pastel user smile.gif

PC's not finished (waiting on some more bits and pieces to turn up, mainly PSU related (sleeving tongue.gif) and havn't decided on lights (pulled out my blue Cathode....dunno if i'll go blue again, or one of the other 5 or so colours i've got....or if i'll switch to LED lighting since the Cathode never really lit this case up well)

Pic'ies smile.gif

Filling up smile.gif
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during the leak test
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Will post the final product when i get the final bits together, but may be a while cause theres some on back order frown.gif
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post #834 of 15376
Hi Mayhem

I have a quick question and ive been thinking hard about it for a week now lol

I want a Pastel UV Blue just like your blue pastel color but UV reactive. Ive read through the posts and it seems someone else wanted it as well. You mentioned just getting Pastel UV White and adding deep blue dye to it though would i have to worry about PH levels diluting the blue?

I dont want white so im afraid of that happening. Also will adding blue dye diminish the UV effect?

Or should i just get Blue Pastel and add clear UV Blue dye? Which would have the best blue/UV effect?

I also like the x1 UV Blue does that have a somewhat strong UV effect? Havnt seen to many videos on that.

Im trying to decide between the pastel UV or the X1 UV blue. If you think the Patel white UV with blue dye would work good ill order that ASAP. Also what tubing would you recommend for that setup? I had your Aurora Nebula Blue with Primochill tubing and had a bad experience and would like to avoid that again. Sorry for all the questions but any help would be greatly appreciated Thanks!
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Its a very fine balance between UV Clear blue and deep blue colours so its best to start off with white and clear UV blue to you get your subtle glow. Once you have that slow add you blue. Once the glow start fading you know you've reached the point were you may start adding to my normally blue dye. It wont effect the PH balance and Blue and UV blue have quite a high tolerance.
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Maybe I missed the info on this. But what's the main difference between XT-1 and X1?

Thanks
post #837 of 15376
Thank you so much for the quick reply

Just so i understand completely your saying all i need is Pastel White (non UV) and add Clear/Blue UV dye until i get a glow that i like. Then add your deep blue dye but not so much where the glow starts fading right?
As a customer, your one on one help means the world ill be buying from you forever Thanks!
post #838 of 15376
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@DigitalMonkey X1 Vegtable extract, XT-1 Glycol

@MillerModPCs You can use UV white if you wish. But yes as for the rest of it your correct. If you get stuck just ask smile.gif.
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@DigitalMonkey X1 Vegtable extract, XT-1 Glycol

@MillerModPCs You can use UV white if you wish. But yes as for the rest of it your correct. If you get stuck just ask smile.gif.


I thought glycol was bad. Isn't that what can cause gunk?

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post #840 of 15376
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I thought glycol was bad. Isn't that what can cause gunk?

I could be wrong, but my understanding is it isn't glycol that gunks up, it is the iso's ( I think that is what they are nicked named) they use for coloring that does.

Not sure if Mayhems uses the same coloring chemicals or not?
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