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nice amoco. I'll be adding another block to my loop EK-FC GTX 470

In about a month though.
cool,it should be just fine.i watch my pump/res. quite frequently anyway to make sure i see water moving.
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What? Did someone just post somethin? Nah...must have been my imagination.
Thanks. lol

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cool,it should be just fine.i watch my pump/res. quite frequently anyway to make sure i see water moving.
Yeah I'm excited. If it doesn't hold up Dual Bay XSPC Res + MCP 655 here I come!
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If a couple of dollars is a concern for you then you shouldn't be watercooling. Get a good air cooler or an all in one cooler like th H50 for $49.99.
Was just trying to save a little when I'm already $240 down in parts lol. Found some PrimoFlex Pro LRT UV tubing for $16 for 10ft pack on Amazon. Is this good tubing?
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$2 dye vs $1.75+ per foot. for blue or UV reactive blue. then the like $9 they charge to ship.
There is a lot of evidence in these threads that point to dye's and coolants "gunking up" the waterblocks. The majority (I believe) believe it is best to stick with distilled water and a kill coil, PT Nuke or a combo of both kill coil and PT Nuke.

It is true that I have seen at least one post of a dye user that has had no issues so far (after 6 months I believe it was)... but... with so much evidence to the contrary I'd rather suggest you stick to distilled water and the above mentioned additives. Stay away from dyes and such. For color... colored tubing and pretty lighting (working with LED's can be fun). Maybe a bit more expensive but peace of mind is priceless.
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i checked with XSPC and they said they would not honor they warranty if they saw any signs of dye in the pump.
CPU Volts:1.56 to get stable at 4104.
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Ack, thxs. sounds very close to my voltage. 1.55 volts for 1.14 and NB at 2650 mhz 1.35 volts. I guess that's as much as we're going to get out of these chips.

That dye issue sounds like an XSPC thing. Not a problem with Swiftech on their MCP pump but that may be because they also sell dye etc.
    
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There is a lot of evidence in these threads that point to dye's and coolants "gunking up" the waterblocks. The majority (I believe) believe it is best to stick with distilled water and a kill coil, PT Nuke or a combo of both kill coil and PT Nuke.

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I was actually physically dyeing the tubing, not running dye in the loop. but I'm just going to get some primochill tubing instead.
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was just trying to save a little when i'm already $240 down in parts lol. Found some primoflex pro lrt uv tubing for $16 for 10ft pack on amazon. Is this good tubing?
yes...
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I'm just going to get some primochill tubing instead.
thats the way to go
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yes...
I second that. Primochill is good.
    
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I second that. Primochill is good.
Sorry, yeah I'm new to all this lol. Last person got back to me for the final parts. Time to get this mod and water cooling in motion.
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