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Before

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** this before i added the Mayhems Pink UV dye and destroyed my tubes, don't have any pics of the pink running in my system **

Draining

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** You can see how stained the tubes are from the pink UV dye **

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** From left to right primochill primoflex advanced Crystal Clear> Stained Crystal Clear> Bloodshed Red **

Finished Build

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** Re-Tubed **

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** Filled **

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** With Door On **


I will take more pics at night to show how UV reactive the bloodshed red tubes are thumb.gif
Edited by Qu1ckset - 2/17/13 at 11:25am
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post #37722 of 106081
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Originally Posted by Crooksy View Post

Where do you guys find all your screws that will be capable of holding your fans to your radiators.

I can't seem to find any M3-0.5 30mm screws
I've purchased some parts for my TJ07 from ChilledPC in the UK, they do sell M3 and other sizes of screws there as well:
www.chilledpc.co.uk/shop/index.php?cPath=60_146_197
    
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post #37723 of 106081
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So I just stripped down my loop as I have a new case. My cpu block looks like this, I take it that it is plasticiser and staining of my block.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



I'm thinking of using the juice of a fresh lemon to clean the block then soak in vinegar/distilled solution as i've seen it done before. Is this the best way to to it or is there better.

As for fittings i want to clean them up a little, should I just soak them in some vinegar/distilled solution? I have black nickel EK compression fittings if you must know.

I would strongly suggest not using anything acid like to clean anything Nickel plated.

The acid seems to dissolve the nickel. I had this happen on some BP compression fittings, and a few others also have.


My suggestion would be to pull the block apart and clean with warm water and old clean tooth brush.
post #37724 of 106081
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Yeah,480's are incredible heat wise.

You had 580's Werm? What are they like for temps?

Mine run @ 44c under full load (SLI) and all im using atm (until i get my new case and rads which are on the way) is 1 x XSPC EX 240 and 1 X 120 Alphacool Nexxos Monsta with AP 1850's
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Did you add any blue to your Mint Green Pastel?

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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

You can use a small amount of silicone grease to hold the o-ring in place also,the tape method can cause the o-ring to move when you pull it out so when you clamp it down it gets cut,done it myself a few times....

THIS^^

I swear by the stuff for all my 'O' rings-i dive, so i always have a tube of it around-great stuff thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by mr one View Post

IS there maybe some place where i could get EK HF plexi top? i kinda dont like that acetal top smile.gif

If you are looking for the 'old' EK HF supreme plexi tops, only colours available are blue and green on EK's site-other than that, you're looking for a needle in a haystack

If your are referring to the CQ design, i haven't got a clue-i dont like them ergo, im not interested in anything they have wink.gif


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Originally Posted by TheOx View Post

So I just stripped down my loop as I have a new case. My cpu block looks like this, I take it that it is plasticiser and staining of my block.


I'm thinking of using the juice of a fresh lemon to clean the block then soak in vinegar/distilled solution as i've seen it done before. Is this the best way to to it or is there better.

As for fittings i want to clean them up a little, should I just soak them in some vinegar/distilled solution? I have black nickel EK compression fittings if you must know.


DO NOT use either lemon juice nor Vinegar on nickel-it will more than likely cause severe tarnishing of the surface.

Quote:
Originally Posted by ginger_nuts View Post

I would strongly suggest not using anything acid like to clean anything Nickel plated.

The acid seems to dissolve the nickel. I had this happen on some BP compression fittings, and a few others also have.


My suggestion would be to pull the block apart and clean with warm water and old clean tooth brush.

THIS^^ and then get yourself some metal polish if you want to bring out the shine (remember to rinse off with Distilled water afterwards).
Edited by kkorky - 2/17/13 at 12:01pm
post #37725 of 106081
I heard using ketchup and a tooth brush is one of the best things for cleaning blocks, should I use this method whenever I clean my CPU Block? Mine is starting to look like that, I believe it's a mix of plasticizer from previous tubing as well as red dye I over used. doh.gif
    
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I heard using ketchup and a tooth brush is one of the best things for cleaning blocks, should I use this method whenever I clean my CPU Block? Mine is starting to look like that, I believe it's a mix of plasticizer from previous tubing as well as red dye I over used. doh.gif
I've used ketchup before and it works good. I just don't like how thick it is. I normally use hot sauce on my blocks and it works great. It's like the old trick my dad showed me when I was real little of cleaning an old dirty penny with hot sauce, All three of mine are bare copper though. I wouldn't use anything that acidic on nickle plated blocks though.
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Or use coke? It's an acid lol
post #37728 of 106081
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Question gonna add my gpu in a month or so should I get the koolance 7970 block or the ek block with backplate?
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A preview of my SCORCH build: http://www.overclock.net/t/1359900/scorch-build-by-mccsolutions-another-all-red-amd-build-phenom-ii-965-oc-budget-build-hd5750-red-and-pink-cathodes-thermaltake-v3-black-amd-edition/30#post_19312947

I still have alot of work to do, have to run cables, tubing, etc..... Looking good though! biggrin.gif









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