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In the UK we flush with tap water. I do not know what your water is like in you area but in the north east of england we have good tap water to use and has minimal lime scale. Since you're not running your system 24/7 with the tap water it should be fine but if your tap water is well..... crap then dont use it and use Di water from were ever you can get it.

Goto your local garden center and source adapter there or local plumbing center.

Part 2 is fine to run through any loop with any config.

Mick
Edited by Mayhem - 1/10/15 at 9:15pm
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@DNMock




It looks a little darker in real life.

Could do with being a little darker but if we make it to dark it looks purple. This is the new Non Staining Dye we've been deving.

The none staining means it wont stain Most clothing and carpets ect ect (we say most we cannot test everything lol) how ever it won't stop going into pores of tubing as thats nothing to with the dye but the tubing being porous. it should not stain reservoirs or anything like that if is not porous.

It has a excellent PH range (5.5 to 10) and also can withstand up to 100c with out losing its ability to not stain. It also will not precipitate out of the liquid.

They are mixable with other none staining dyes we have been working on how ever they should not be mixed with standard dyes. We do not recommend people use them with any other products except Mayhems liquids.

That's absolutely fantastic! Should I get in contact Michael on your website, or PM you with all the info needed to get my hands on some?

edit: Since it's a new dye still in development, I'm fully aware things may not go as planned. I got no problems accepting the risks. I'm sure you wouldn't put a new dye on display if you weren't confident in it anyways.
Edited by DNMock - 1/10/15 at 11:09am
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OK, I have a question to simply make my choice of fluids a little flashier...

I chose the pastels Sunset Yellow and Oil Black. They are somewhat flat, yellow is perfect color though.

So I was wondering if I picked up a bottle of Aurora booster gold for the yellow and the aurora booster silver for the black, would it give the reflective look?
I can not use the Aurora, nor do I want to as a permanent thing, even Mayhems site says it is for show and pictures.
As well my specific CPU water block FAILED according their site (Swiftech Apogee). Not sure what failing means, however it is moot.

Am I on the right track? The booster is just a reflective additive right with no pearls?

Thanks for your time.

(Ultimately I would have chosen the Liquid Metal they were developing, but IIRC Mayhem said they never finished, or it was a dropped project)
Edited by pmac - 1/10/15 at 12:35pm
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Got the Mayhem UV Blue coolant. Very easy to Mix. Cant wait to get my UV cathodes to get this to glow!
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Had some x1 red for a few months, got the itch to change it. Dumped a bunch of ocean blue I had lying around and got very close to black. I like it haha
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@DNMock




It looks a little darker in real life.

Could do with being a little darker but if we make it to dark it looks purple. This is the new Non Staining Dye we've been deving.

The none staining means it wont stain Most clothing and carpets ect ect (we say most we cannot test everything lol) how ever it won't stop going into pores of tubing as thats nothing to with the dye but the tubing being porous. it should not stain reservoirs or anything like that if is not porous.

It has a excellent PH range (5.5 to 10) and also can withstand up to 100c with out losing its ability to not stain. It also will not precipitate out of the liquid.

They are mixable with other none staining dyes we have been working on how ever they should not be mixed with standard dyes. We do not recommend people use them with any other products except Mayhems liquids.

That's absolutely fantastic! Should I get in contact Michael on your website, or PM you with all the info needed to get my hands on some?

edit: Since it's a new dye still in development, I'm fully aware things may not go as planned. I got no problems accepting the risks. I'm sure you wouldn't put a new dye on display if you weren't confident in it anyways.

The dye has not been tested fully as of yet due to time constraints how ever i can ship you a 1 off sample small sample.We have tested with Pastel, X1 and XT1 one up to 100c. With some flexible tubing. It works quite well how ever we have not tested on dirty rads as of yet.

So there is no guarantee, how ever i have faith.

Pm me your full address details and telephone number and ill put some in the post.
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@pmac Aurora Booster is a Concentration version of Nano Aurora. For use With X1 or Pastel.
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@pmac Aurora Booster is a Concentration version of Nano Aurora. For use With X1 or Pastel.

Thanks for the reply...
So it (the Aurora booster) has the pearls in it then I am assuming correct?

If this is the case...Do you have another option to make the pastels shimmer, or (just a thought) any liquid metal stuff lying around, or other suggestion for something with that effect? I definitely don't want the pearls. but would love a shimmer effect.
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Yeh is basically Nano Aurora (the pearls) and a extremely effective surfactant and defoamer mix, this is the only way to make fluids shimmer.
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Yeh is basically Nano Aurora (the pearls) and a extremely effective surfactant and defoamer mix, this is the only way to make fluids shimmer.

pmac sad frown.gif

Would you mind telling me what happened to the liquid metal project i.e. still work in process, dropped, or discontinued product line (you may have told me a while back, but I do not remember sorry)? I have watched the videos a few times and always wonder what happened, they look amazing.
Edited by pmac - 1/10/15 at 10:15pm
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