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post #331 of 370
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all parts was brand new except rad

they come from extremmme red demon, used blood red EK coolant
steps i did to flush rad
1-drain red coolant and fill with distilled water and run for 30 minutes
2- redo previous steps until crystal clear water in loop (around 4 or 5 time)
3- remove rad from case, boil tap water, fill rad to 75%, and shake rad, drain water in a white bowl, no red or debris
4- repeat steps 3 4 times
5- fill rad with distilled water and shake,
6- repeat steps 5 until i used around 10 litter of distilled water for each rad (a lot of fill, shake and drain)

seriously, i dont think this come from rad and all others pars was brand new
i dont know on this one

if its the coolant or dye, i will return to EK coolant and redo my build in red and white
post #332 of 370
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Lol that people still try to blame dye on the build up that can happen in a LC system. Guys, please do a thorough search of the web, dye ISN'T what causes a gunk build up in LC systems. It's usually plasticizer from junk flexible tubing, or debris from rads. All the dye does is make that junk colored, it's dye, it colors stuff.

He isn't using flexible tubing unless I missed something. Perhaps it was radiator debris but you'd expect that to eventually stop.
post #333 of 370
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He isn't using flexible tubing unless I missed something. Perhaps it was radiator debris but you'd expect that to eventually stop.

I know he isn't using flexible tubing, and since the debris he was looking at WAS NOT the color of his coolant, it was not the dye, and no flexible tubing means it wasn't plasticizer, so it has to either be flux or such from the rads, or it was debris that was inside the new GPU Block he put on the card in the system. I have found manufacturing debris left inside almost every block I have used, and I have not bought any used blocks till last week...... It could be from almost anything, could be bearing pieces from the pump for all I know. only thing I know for sure, it wasn't plasticizer and it wasn't dye.
Edited by Jimhans1 - 1/6/14 at 1:30pm
post #334 of 370
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I know he isn't using flexible tubing, and since the debris he was looking at WAS NOT the color of his coolant, it was not the dye, and no flexible tubing means it wasn't plasticizer, so it has to either be flux or such from the rads, or it was debris that was inside the new GPU Block he put on the card in the system.

The color of a dye can change. I don't think that's a good reason to rule out the dye being the problem. He posted his method for cleaning the rads above, sounds like he was pretty thorough!
post #335 of 370
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The color of a dye can change. I don't think that's a good reason to rule out the dye being the problem. He posted his method for cleaning the rads above, sounds like he was pretty thorough!

DYE DOES NOT CAUSE DEBRIS. LOOK IT UP, IT'S A MYTH. The most probable cause was debris existing in something in the loop already, and it finally got loosened during the draining of the loop, and it went with the flow till it hit the most restrictive part of the loop, the cpu block.
post #336 of 370
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DYE DOES NOT CAUSE DEBRIS. LOOK IT UP, IT'S A MYTH. The most probable cause was debris existing in something in the loop already, and it finally got loosened during the draining of the loop, and it went with the flow till it hit the most restrictive part of the loop, the cpu block.

Can you provide a link to a definitive study? I've seen conflicting reports on it.
post #337 of 370
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Can you provide a link to a definitive study? I've seen conflicting reports on it.

There were links at the EK forum, also in the Mayhems forum. I am on mobile now, so I can't really link things as quickly. sorry. Also, google is your friend!!
post #338 of 370
Well, he did use flexible tubing for a little while that wasn't really documented on OCN, but I doubt he used it for that long to clog up the CPU block like that.
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post #339 of 370
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loll

yes I use flex tubing with my bench table "Red Poseidon" and at very beginning of "Extremme red demon"

but all water-cooling parts in this build never see flex tubing and I use this rig for less than 2 months, a couple of hours a day and no use in 2 holidays weeks

if in 2 month I need to clean it again, I will redo my build with EK coolant, my bench test use flex tubing and same blockwith EK coolant and never have any gunk, debris or anything, CPU Block is clean like brand new
post #340 of 370
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Well, he did use flexible tubing for a little while that wasn't really documented on OCN, but I doubt he used it for that long to clog up the CPU block like that.
What brand, do you know? If it was the Primochill LRT there wouldn't be any plasticizer in it. Some/most tygon has plasticizer. Who knows. But I can tell you that, after having run mayhems pastel in a system for over two years and then having drained the system and change colors, there was zero anything in any of the blocks. And same results with a system running X1.
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