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I'm going to drain the loop and pull all the tubing and visually check the yellow material and the tubes. I'm betting the tubes are fine as i'm using PrimoFlex Advanced LRT which doesnt have plasticizer issues.
I'll do this later tonight when I get home. Mick mentioned in the mayhems thread that it could be lacquer coming off from the fittings which is a bit concerning as I've never experienced that before...
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Originally Posted by Relttem View Post

it sounds like you are using the wrong type of tubing. Mick can tell you which brands to buy, as can Lowfat. I buy my tubing from the hardware store and haven't had any issues. One of the computers has been running for years. .

You can email me here or at icedragoncooling@yahoo.com. I will be happy to answer your questions.
Thanks for the response. I'm using PrimoFlex Advanced LRT tubes which shouldn't have plasticizer issues.

I have a couple bottles of the IceDragon coolant sitting around for my upcoming corsair 540 build so I'm not going to give up on the coolant just yet.
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