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Yes, Mayhems has plenty of colors including black. Obviously with the right combo, you can get pretty much any color you want. Just to clarify, some of the pastel colors such as red, blue, and yellow will stain but with time. I didn't want to sound like once you put the coolant your res, blocks, and tubing is stained permanently. Read the forums on Mayhems and you should be able to find out more. Good Luck.

well i always wanted to try black tubing together with black coolant. so its different from the rest lol
well thanks for all the info u gave me, helped me alot
thanks
post #12 of 13
go with the primochill advanced, best tubing out right now, plus it's available in a ton of colors if you want to just run distilled water or something.

From experience, Using dye's is fine and all but what happens is the DYE gets stuck in all sorts of cracks and crevices in the loop and should you decide to go back clear or white in the future, the dye will slowly seep back into your coolant over time.

Not knowing this, I turned 20 bucks worth of white pastel into Pink Pastel, yea I was not happy

My loop with Clear Durelene Tubing and Mayhems Pastel White

Durelene was the **** before the primochill advanced, it doesn't cloud up however it does slowly start to turn into a greenish hue over time

jbsmm7iIx3LwVm.jpg
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samsung 850 evo 1 tb Seagate Barracude 1 TB 6 GB/s Blue Ray Player/DVD Burner XS-PC RS 240 Radiator 
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by NASzi View Post

go with the primochill advanced, best tubing out right now, plus it's available in a ton of colors if you want to just run distilled water or something.

From experience, Using dye's is fine and all but what happens is the DYE gets stuck in all sorts of cracks and crevices in the loop and should you decide to go back clear or white in the future, the dye will slowly seep back into your coolant over time.

Not knowing this, I turned 20 bucks worth of white pastel into Pink Pastel, yea I was not happy

My loop with Clear Durelene Tubing and Mayhems Pastel White

Durelene was the **** before the primochill advanced, it doesn't cloud up however it does slowly start to turn into a greenish hue over time

jbsmm7iIx3LwVm.jpg

well the ones im using now is turning in to yellowish. making my coolant in the tubes look like green
it seems white tubings and coolant goes well with that white case.

anyone of you suggests using a flowmeter? coz im planning to use a black tubing if not UV blue and it would be pretty hard checking if the coolant is flowing right?
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