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I was just lookng through some watercooling gear and saw some UV tubing that looked pretty cool and was wondering, has anyone put uv fluid through uv tubing and how does it look? Also show post pics if you just have uv tubing.

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i was wondering this as well, and if anyone as used a different color UV fluid than their UV tubing?? for example, green UV fluid, with Blue UV tubing.
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ohh. that might looks nice. i would try it, but i have regular tubing .
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i was wondering this as well, and if anyone as used a different color UV fluid than their UV tubing?? for example, green UV fluid, with Blue UV tubing.
Thats exactly what I was thinking. I think I should put this into the watercooling thread, how do I move it?
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I am currently using UV red Feser tube without any dye in the fluid (sorry I don't have any pics of it installed, but I do have some pics of the tubing itself in my photobucket album).

TBH, the reason why I went with colored tubing rather than dyeing the fluid because I always had issues with the additives precipitating out and gunking up the loop.

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You'll have to PM a CD or manager to move it.
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I am currently using UV red Feser tube without any dye in the fluid (sorry I don't have any pics of it installed, but I do have some pics of the tubing itself in my photobucket album).

TBH, the reason why I went with colored tubing rather than dyeing the fluid because I always had issues with the additives precipitating out and gunking up the loop.



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