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post #1 of 11
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Has any1 ever made/found an actual yellow coolent?

So far ive tried the Smooth F1 Yellow water, Smooth F1 Yellow Dye with De-Ionised water and some other random UV yellow dye... so far all of them have come out green.

Random UV Dye


Smoothy F1 Yellow Water:


HELP?!?!?!
    
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I can make yellow coolant.... but i don't think you'll want my coolant in your loop.. ( if you know what i mean)
    
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hehe...yeah but it better be UV reactive as well...

Not sure on the yellow, everything I've seen that said yellow is UV green, it must be the UV part that's hard to make yellow
    
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hehe...yeah but it better be UV reactive as well...

Not sure on the yellow, everything I've seen that said yellow is UV green, it must be the UV part that's hard to make yellow
Yes. You know those yellow signs that are like Crossing Signs. If you drive by them at night with your lights on, they look green. If the are the UV ones.
post #5 of 11
should be possible. there's yellow text-markers, right?
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Sounds like a good idea. Try soaking some opened highlighters in deionized water and see what results that brings.
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post #7 of 11
why soaking? just squeeze all the ink out. much faster. or let water flow trough it.
there are also types that just have the liquid in the back, where you can see it. open one up and emty it in your water.
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Yeah, but most yellow Highlighters look greenish until they dry. I don't think that he wants a dry liquid cooling system.
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I can make yellow coolant.... but i don't think you'll want my coolant in your loop..
Strange thing is, my mum suggested that as soon as I said I wanted yellow water!!

I bought some yellow food colouring the other night, that looks yellow under normal light but obviously not under UV light.
Bit stuck as to what to do now since my colour scheme is yellow/blue.

Might just have to go for all blue water and maybe try and fit some more yellow accents in inside the case.

Cheers for the help guys
    
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I can make yellow coolant.... but i don't think you'll want my coolant in your loop.. ( if you know what i mean)
Well thats an interesting way of topping off..you liquid cooling system.
    
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