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post #25801 of 106093
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I like that almost perfectly straight tube from your rad to pump a lot. XD
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post #25802 of 106093
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I would say that if you don't have your system in a well lit room you can pretty much forgo the Kill Coil. I'm only running Copper and Nickel plate so it's not like I have much interaction going on in my loop. Changed coolant after 3 months and since it's a 24/7 system no need for a flush although the next time I change coolant I'll run a flush to make sure I don't have any growth forming. Res is crystal clear though. thumb.gif
Anybody wanna Killcoil? I never used mine was and was considering selling it, hasn't even come out of the container. If I have any interest in it I'll create a sale thread for it. biggrin.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I've been using Primochill PC Ice in my loop for 2 years and have had no issues at all with it. When I added an additional 120 rad to the loop recently, I drained and took apart the blocks to see if there was any buildup. No buildup and no particles in the fluid either.
Edited by sortableturnip - 8/17/12 at 6:38pm
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post #25803 of 106093
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I would say that if you don't have your system in a well lit room you can pretty much forgo the Kill Coil. I'm only running Copper and Nickel plate so it's not like I have much interaction going on in my loop. Changed coolant after 3 months and since it's a 24/7 system no need for a flush although the next time I change coolant I'll run a flush to make sure I don't have any growth forming. Res is crystal clear though. thumb.gif
Anybody wanna Killcoil? I never used mine was and was considering selling it, hasn't even come out of the container. If I have any interest in it I'll create a sale thread for it. biggrin.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I'm interested in the killcoil. I run distilled H2O with a silver coil inside my res. I have a HK Nickle plated GPU block, XSPC Raystorm, TFC 240 rad and a Swiftech MCR120 with copper and brass chambers. I guess I'm good without any special additives? My first distilled H2O loop.


Edited by broken pixel - 8/17/12 at 8:41pm
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post #25804 of 106093
Finally finished upgrading my rig a few days ago. Two new GTX 680's, new RAM, and got rid of that plasticizer primochill tubing to go with durelene and Mayhem's clear UV blue dye.





post #25805 of 106093
What would you guys recommend for a dye? I have this premix stuff easily available but no dye's. I'd rather dye so I have some control over the colour. Also, does UV reactive mean you need UV lights to see the colour?
    
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post #25806 of 106093
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What would you guys recommend for a dye? I have this premix stuff easily available but no dye's. I'd rather dye so I have some control over the colour. Also, does UV reactive mean you need UV lights to see the colour?

lol yes man! doh.gif to get the "uv effect"
post #25807 of 106093
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wait so this is just plain Aurora? Looks waaaaaaaaaay better irl.
In all of the sale photos it looks alot darker. Was going to get mint green but if u can confirm this is plain Aurora i will get

Yup this is plain Extinction Aurora. Those photos were of Emerald Green and Yellow mixed.
post #25808 of 106093
1st time water cooling , not as big as others in this section but ill put some pics up

c8bc1a8b.jpg

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post #25809 of 106093
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1st time water cooling , not as big as others in this section but ill put some pics up Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Nice clean looking rig.Nothing to be ashamed of there.
post #25810 of 106093
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1st time water cooling , not as big as others in this section but ill put some pics up
c8bc1a8b.jpg
c20b9e14.jpg
57501ff1.jpg


Very nice, +10 for overall. You did some great planning!
 
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