Originally Posted by jackofhearts495
I emailed my chem professor to see if she knew anything about the plasticizer. I'll post as soon as I get a response.
Seems like a lot of people are having problems with primochill lately.
Thanks. It'll be interesting one what your prof can find
. +1 mate.
Originally Posted by fat_italian_stallion
Seems that if you disconnect any of the primochill clear tubing ever once it's had liquid in it the tubing begins to fog. I've never had it happen on any of my colored primochill tubing. Must be something about the clear.
btw, what ever happened to that beast 800D of urs?
I kinda suspected this with the old tube size I had (1/2x3/4) but with this one its more apperrant. I noticed it only week after I filled the loop and I thought it was the dye loosing its color. After adding some more Mayhems (which tbh, was way more than necessary) it was pretty obvious that the tube was clouding.
Going through some tough times so I decided to downgrade a bit. Since I'm only running two cards (possibly switching to one powerful card down the road) with one monitor, I really didn't have a need for a large case and cooling. I'm pretty impressed with my 690 ii that I've decided to keep her for a while.
Originally Posted by Defunctronin
That really sucks man! I have the red Primochill tubing, and haven't had a single issue with clouding thus far. Like fat_itallian_stallion said, it must just be the clear stuff, which is a bummer because I have great experience with this tubing
. I've seen some Primochill and others that have clouded. The most extreme I believe was a Tygon that developed a thick layer of plaster after a short time.
I'm keeping track of the developments on my test log below.