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post #17021 of 17408 (permalink) Old 04-05-2020, 10:21 AM
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I know....i did it many years ago....

Im also from old school.....whiskey, cola, wash solvents....all that stuff...eheheh

Gonna try vinagar + Soda and also sink, before.
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I had to lol.

really though.. yeah, I have a rigged up hose in my kit for this purpose. I then turned a sump pump, water filter, & home depot bucket into a filter station so I could use distilled, & not be wasteful. also, the sump pump eventually super heats the water
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I had to lol.

really though.. yeah, I have a rigged up hose in my kit for this purpose. I then turned a sump pump, water filter, & home depot bucket into a filter station so I could use distilled, & not be wasteful. also, the sump pump eventually super heats the water
Well to be fair; I live in a city where it rains about 250-300 days a year, we also don't use the city provided water but rather we drilled about 100m down in the mountain and get it from there. In essence the only wasteful thing here is really the miniscule amount of power that the pump and filter system uses, but then again in Norway we are self sufficient on power from hydro electric dams so that isn't really such an issue either.

Doing what I do in for example California though... Yeah that would be quite wasteful, but it's not exactly like I could send the water that I save here to somewhere that needs it more either.

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oh, that's cool!

yeah, well... California is typically the best example for the worst way to handle things from a governance and infrastructure level.

tampa's working on finally stopping ALL bay waste water dumping. Seems crazy right? one of the best fishing spots in America, & you don't even know how many plants/factories/facilities pump in waste water from miles n miles away.

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Well after maybe 3 month with X2 clear and new tygan tubes, today i decide to clean, disinfect, clean, flush...whatever the circuit.

My system is Alfacool and black Ice extreme radiator.

Again, still plasticize, but what's more strange is that the new transparent Tygan tubes and the liquid, became pink.


Thats right, Pink.

Is this normal?

Also, the dam plasticize continues infectin the system...i need dismantle all thing and nuke with products...arghh..
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is it clear tubing?

here's the deal.

tube is actually a sponge. so clear tubing is basically a fools errand as its only a matter of time before SOMETHING gets absorbed from one side or the other.

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post #17027 of 17408 (permalink) Old 04-24-2020, 03:06 AM
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Yes its clear, but slight pink...i start think i have (again) to choose that black tube industrial and period...

I connect my PC to the sink kitchen....about 10 minutes...one side tube....another...hot water...cool water..

Then flush vinegar for +- 15 minutes (my wife want to cook, and warm something about divorce),.

Flush again with water from kitchen...specially hot another good 10 minutes at high pressure.

Then, 3 doses of distillate water, with progressively more X2...

Finally X2 only.

Even so, i notice with my lantern, small particles like fog, fluctuating on the Heatkiller D5 reservator....even at naked eye looks crystal clear...

But the pink colour before...weird...

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is it clear tubing?

here's the deal.

tube is actually a sponge. so clear tubing is basically a fools errand as its only a matter of time before SOMETHING gets absorbed from one side or the other.
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Kind of why I'm giving this modmymods pvc clear soft tubing a try and their clear premix too
Leaving hardware labs rad in too so if it turns green quickly like x1 clear did on my x99 and or clouds the pvc tubing I'll just go from there.

But as said same x99 system that x1 clear went badly now has same setup just different soft tube and different premix.
If all goes well I'll just kiss x1 clear good bye which is in my x299 system and switch to mods clear premix cheaper 10.00 per liter local US tubing too

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ASUS x299 Rampage VI Apex
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RAM
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D5 pump reservoir combo/ GTX280/ VRM block/ GTX280/ D5 top/ CPU block/ GPU block/ Mora 360/ repeat.
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MO-RA3 360 PRO stainless steel (25022)
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If you guys are throwing different fluids in on top of X1 that's been in the system that may be your problem with weird things happening. Mayhems has told me X1 leaves an oil that needs a strong detergent like their Blitz kit to fully clean the oils from rads.

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I can have things.....but oil is not one of them....

Today at lunch i inspect everything, for leaks. Even the "fog" i refer before disappear, so i presume it was microbubbles...

I know perfectly well i do not have the most clean setup, with high standards, but i must say im not very impressed with this X1 Clear.

Pink?
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