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What is the best clear 1/2" x 3/4" tubing? Everywhere I've been I've heard contradicting responses and want a response whose had a good long term experience with their tubing. I will be using distilled water with IandH Dead-Water copper sulfate. How often should I replace said tubing?

Will be using all copper blocks. All help is much appreciated! Thanks in advance.
Edited by Ron953 - 11/16/12 at 6:50pm
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Basically all tubing will develop a film on the inside, some worse than others. The major thing is if you want clear or not. I found that Clear goes cloudy much to quick for me, so I got black tubing and I only change mine when I need a shorter or longer length. It ends up with a white film inside but it doesn't come off unless I do something to it. Point is, in the end it doesn't matter so I leave it alone and buy cheap tubing and it lasts for quite awhile.
    
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I was thinking about getting Danger Den's DreamFlex UV Red Tubing with Monsoon Chrome color fittings (I hear the colored ones chip). Is this tubing any good? Which tubing takes the most time to begin clouding?

Thanks for the advice, DarkHollow, I'll keep that in mind when I get the tubing. How are the Monsoon fittings anyways? I've heard mostly good things, but I've also heard some bad stuff about them.
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For me so far, the cheap $0.49/ft Durelene tubing from Sidewinder has maintained its clarity far better than any of the Tygon branded products I've tried, even better than the very expensive plasticizer free tubing I tried.

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/dupvctu1id5o.html

My folding rig has been going 24/7 since July with it, and it still looks almost as good as new.
The loop has just plain grocery store bought distilled water in it, with no additives or kill coil.
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post #5 of 13
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I will most likely use a biocide (IandH Dead-Water) with distilled water in the loop. I'll only use 1 drop per liter. Am I fine like this? Does this tubing really not cloud as fast?
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Also, I'm torn on which pump to get. I'm currently thinking about getting a Phobya DC12-400 pump for a loop containing one 200mm rad, one 360mm rad, a 120mm rad, a CPU block, and a GPU block. Is this pump alright? If not, which one should I get?
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The pump looks good, I prefer a D5/MCP655 since it has lots of tops and aftermarket parts. A lot of people will usually recommend the MCP350/355 and the MCP655/D5. Both are great, not sure about the reliability of the pump you listed but by specs it looks fine.

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Thanks DarkHollow, I'm probably going to go with the Durelene tubing and then get a Laing D5 Variable Speed Pump.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17668/ex-pmp-223/Laing_D5_Variable_Speed_Pump_317_GPH_1200_LPH.html?id=DFghV4Ds&mv_pc=175

Someone told me that this is the best pump out there. Is this true? Also, do I need Variable speed? Or should I save $10 and go with fixed?
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Thanks DarkHollow, I'm probably going to go with the Durelene tubing and then get a Laing D5 Variable Speed Pump.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17668/ex-pmp-223/Laing_D5_Variable_Speed_Pump_317_GPH_1200_LPH.html?id=DFghV4Ds&mv_pc=175
Someone told me that this is the best pump out there. Is this true? Also, do I need Variable speed? Or should I save $10 and go with fixed?

You don't "need" the Vario, but in most cases you don't need the pump at full speed, and running it at a lower speed cuts down on noise, and improves pump life.

Sidewinder has it for a couple of bucks less, and usually has lower S&H costs.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swmc12vdcpu.html

They also have it with a tach wire.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/sicumcva12vd.html
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Thanks DarkHollow, I'm probably going to go with the Durelene tubing and then get a Laing D5 Variable Speed Pump.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17668/ex-pmp-223/Laing_D5_Variable_Speed_Pump_317_GPH_1200_LPH.html?id=DFghV4Ds&mv_pc=175

Someone told me that this is the best pump out there. Is this true? Also, do I need Variable speed? Or should I save $10 and go with fixed?

You can do either, I have a vario and non vario and I don't see a real difference. Like I said anyways I run em at 17v and on max with the XSPC bayres and I cant even hear it with no fans after its bleed the air out.
    
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