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Dang! I definitely should have gone with pastel light red! mad.gif


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Black, Red or Ice Dragon White, you cannot go wrong!







Mayhem and ID are the Wizards!

The Black looks like old oil, the red is really RED and the White looks like Milk.......thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
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how abt when u show.ur mayhems product also tell us what tubing is use and the period used?
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How about some Nice vivid color of Mayhems Products [ Epic's Review] Mayhem Dye and Coolant Colors Show off & Lots of Pics quick sneak pick wink.gif



Hey Mick I'm in love with all those Dye i just put the Ice Pastel White in my main rig today and it looks fantastic.
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how abt when u show.ur mayhems product also tell us what tubing is use and the period used?

It is Primochill LRT
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how abt when u show.ur mayhems product also tell us what tubing is use and the period used?

I have been using tharsis red aurora for over three months with no sign of pearl fading or tube staining, xspc tubing


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Mayhems is simply the best. Period. I wouldn't recommend ANY other dyes/premixes personally. If you don't run Mayhems then just stick with distilled...


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I've got the purple pastel running. There's so many conflicting reports on whether dyes mess up blocks that I decided to run my own test. It certainly looks great. Mix of Durelene and Masterkleer tubing
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I've got the purple pastel running. There's so many conflicting reports on whether dyes mess up blocks that I decided to run my own test. It certainly looks great. Mix of Durelene and Masterkleer tubing

You right dyes mess up blocks. "DYES Crappie Brand" . Not Mayhems Products you know what i mean thumb.gif read my review here [ Review ] Mayhems Dye and Coolant when it comes to Water Cooling products. thumb.gif

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Mayhems is simply the best. Period. I wouldn't recommend ANY other dyes/premixes personally. If you don't run Mayhems then just stick with distilled...

+1 and well said.
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