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Which one's. we have real gold, real silver ie they are real gold and silver if you would like 1 Ltr gold is about £20,000 and silver is about £15,000 per ltr. probably out of most people reach.

Or the pastel versions is pastel + nano aurora + Dye ppl can make themselves.
Edited by Mayhem - 1/10/15 at 10:28pm
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Which one's. we have real gold, real silver ie they are real gold and silver if you would like 1 Ltr gold is about £20,000 and silver is about £15,000 per ltr. probably out of most people reach.

Or the pastel versions is pastel + nano aurora + Dye ppl can make themselves.

These are what I refer to:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUzpOHcsfaI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Y1CwTOMJ8w

Here at 1:38 ....this doesn't look like the nano stuff, but, it says liquid metal. Looks real nice though!

"SFX brought to life with 3 diffident versions of the fluid. After we cracked the base fluid last night the amount of colour and metallic colours we can create is endless. How ever we still have to perfect it oh and chrome liquid is easy !!!!!!!!!!!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIjpj2oGv9E
Edited by pmac - 1/10/15 at 10:35pm
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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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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.

Your best bet would be to use Pastel white, dye it grey, then add aurora booser silver. That would definitely give you a liquid metal look.

-Z
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Which one's. we have real gold, real silver ie they are real gold and silver if you would like 1 Ltr gold is about £20,000 and silver is about £15,000 per ltr. probably out of most people reach.

Or the pastel versions is pastel + nano aurora + Dye ppl can make themselves.

I could just imagine the look on everyone at Mayhems face if someone ordered a 55 gallon drum of the gold one. XD

-Z
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Your best bet would be to use Pastel white, dye it grey, then add aurora booser silver. That would definitely give you a liquid metal look.

-Z

That was what I was thinking was adding the silver, to the oil black, but I do not want the pearl stuff, because even on Mayhems site, it says a number of things about not being a permanent fluid, and stagnant spots might be issues, and my water block on CPU is on of the Failed blocks for that stuff, so it really isn't an option, although, I love the appearance, nothing IMHO beats the look on the market that I have seen yet.
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Tought id share my first ever WC build(keep in mind that the cables will not be visable after ive put windows on my side panels)
The mobile camera does not give it justice...mad.gif

post #9396 of 15457
system all cloudy again, theres stuff floating in the water can't understand what's happening.

everytime i try to get into water cooling end's with me buying a normal cpu cooler and putting all the wc stuff in the garbage.

i took a picture of the tubes is this plasticizer?



it should not be plasticizer, is supposed to be Primiochill advanced lrt tubing.

i flushed the system more then a dozen times, could it be still part 2 in there?

could the ek coolant be reacting with the tube?
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One thing I noticed when that happened on my last loop, was it was the tubing that looked really cloudy but the reservoir was crystal clear.
I changed this time to primochill as well based on a members recommendation.
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system all cloudy again, theres stuff floating in the water can't understand what's happening.

everytime i try to get into water cooling end's with me buying a normal cpu cooler and putting all the wc stuff in the garbage.

i took a picture of the tubes is this plasticizer?



it should not be plasticizer, is supposed to be Primiochill advanced lrt tubing.

i flushed the system more then a dozen times, could it be still part 2 in there?

could the ek coolant be reacting with the tube?

No I don't think so. Couple bunch of questions:
Did you use mayhems part 1 on your rads?
If not, what kind of rads are you using? Did you flush them with tap water originally?
Do you have any koolance quick disconnects?
What does your drain system look like?
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i used part 1 on the rad.

then i used part 2 in the whole system.

after a few days water got cloudy (was not using the system motherboard failed)

so i changed all tubing, flushed the system a few times and got ek clear coolant in it again.

now after 3 days it's like that, i see stuff in the water, reservoir also gets cloudy.

could this be gunk from the radiator still? even after part 1?

radiator is a alphacool xt60 360.

no quick disconects.

my drain is like this:

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Personally I think Primochill LRT does not actually do what it is supposed to do - think it still leaches plasticzer as they all do.
Have not personally found a tubing that doesn't yet. maybe hardline tubing is the only way to get rid of this problem, but hardline is no where
near as friendly to use etc.

What gives????

Mark
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