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Are you using Mayhems now? If so you should try Ice Dragon Cooling nanofluid next time. Mayhems pastel is based off of Ice Dragon, but it is diluted. Ice Dragon looks WAY more white. Should make the coolant pop even more.

I have both mayhem aurora and ice dragon cooling.I use ice dragon when I run some benchmark such as 3dmark11.It makes my system cooler than other fluid about 5 degree celsious.I don't use ice dragon all the time because I don't see the propeller of bitspower flow indicator too.

When I'm not use computer to run benchmark I choose mayhem aurora for my water cooling system.It's quite beautiful.thumb.gif

sorry for my bad in English.
Edited by paopaovocal - 10/29/12 at 8:08am
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The tubing on the far left is Danger Den UV blue, and both tubing on the far right is some Home Depot bought tubing I bought a month ago. The differences between the two is the Danger Den tubing is more pliable, whereas the Home Depot tubing is noticeably more rigid, more transparent, and has a smooth but hard texture upon touch.

I also noticed a section of the Danger Den developed a little bit of plastisizing after three days of sitting last week, and the Home Depot tubing didn't. Right now, I'm only using distilled water and Primochill UV purple die, and it looks like I'll keep it that way for the foreseeable future.

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Raystorm with blue LED's installed. White LED's arriving tomorrow which i hope to tint with some paint they use to tint car taillights to achieve a subtle white glow.
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There's always the option of building your own manual PWM controller, and adding a switch to allow mobo or manual control of the pump speed.
This is my version, it runs triple 35Xs with no problem. I set the fan profile to be more agressive so it ramps up quicker when in mobo control which also lets it run slower than I have the manual minimum set at, but it holds the temps OK.
Darlene
I actually made 2 of them, one to install in my rig, and one for a reference and to have for testing. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



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Dude, I am so doing that sometime.
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The blank refers to the plate itself,its a blanking plate.....
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post #30507 of 107754
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*snip* (Click to show)
The tubing on the far left is Danger Den UV blue, and both tubing on the far right is some Home Depot bought tubing I bought a month ago. The differences between the two is the Danger Den tubing is more pliable, whereas the Home Depot tubing is noticeably more rigid, more transparent, and has a smooth but hard texture upon touch.
I also noticed a section of the Danger Den developed a little bit of plastisizing after three days of sitting last week, and the Home Depot tubing didn't. Right now, I'm only using distilled water and Primochill UV purple die, and it looks like I'll keep it that way for the foreseeable future.
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What are your temps on your gpu(s)?
post #30508 of 107754
I have a question about D5 pumping power, is one D5 pump on setting #5 enough for a Supremacy, two high-end graphics card blocks and full coverage MB blocks using two 560 radiators?
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I have a question about D5 pumping power, is one D5 pump on setting #5 enough for a Supremacy, two high-end graphics card blocks and full coverage MB blocks using two 560 radiators?

Nope. Gonna want two for that much hardware. If your spending that much anyways whats another $80 pump. Also works as a fail safe if one dies.
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post #30510 of 107754
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Nope. Gonna want two for that much hardware. If your spending that much anyways whats another $80 pump. Also works as a fail safe if one dies.

Two D5's it is then, waiting for the EK dual pump tops. Would mounting the D5's vertically in a 5.25" bay make it easier to bleed air from the pumps vs having them horizontal?
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