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post #21 of 106 (permalink) Old 03-08-2020, 06:04 AM
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Not tygan clear?
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Tygon but if it weren't for the printing it would be perfect although softer than most soft tubing I've used.

They have a clear laboratory grade 165f Degree* pretty close to the black posted
https://www.usplastic.com/catalog/it...1121&catid=864

And a clear chemical grade 130f degree
https://www.usplastic.com/catalog/it...5640&catid=864

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post #22 of 106 (permalink) Old 03-08-2020, 08:06 AM
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Is there an equivalent clear tubing that's just as low maintenance and plasticizer free?
Tygon does make a plasticizer free clear (Mayhems clear is good tubing, but is NOT plasticizer free, nor is it maintenance free....so no clue why it was recommended given your question) - https://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g/c...ree-Page1.html .

I haven't used the Tygon, but have seen a lot of mentions that it can become very stiff and/or brittle, and can get very cloudy. You need to keep in mind that this kind of tubing is made for medical and chemical applications, so it is all about the performance and longevity in applications where aesthetics and bends to meet eye pleasing requirements mean absolutely nothing.

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looks good, aside from the alphastool radiators
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the pump is excessive for such a small build, so full tilt could possibly induce a leak somewhere that otherwise wouldn't on low duty cycle.

get a aquacomputer MIPS device instead of the flows & temps. you don't really need multiple anyway.

a 2nd temp sensor makes sense, just to be sure the 1st one is working.

that's a ton of side stuff for a 1 radiator build.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
Tygon does make a plasticizer free clear (Mayhems clear is good tubing, but is NOT plasticizer free, nor is it maintenance free....so no clue why it was recommended given your question) - https://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g/c...ree-Page1.html .

I haven't used the Tygon, but have seen a lot of mentions that it can become very stiff and/or brittle, and can get very cloudy. You need to keep in mind that this kind of tubing is made for medical and chemical applications, so it is all about the performance and longevity in applications where aesthetics and bends to meet eye pleasing requirements mean absolutely nothing.
Good to know, thanks. Black Tygon tubing it is then.

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looks good, aside from the alphastool radiators
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the pump is excessive for such a small build, so full tilt could possibly induce a leak somewhere that otherwise wouldn't on low duty cycle.

get a aquacomputer MIPS device instead of the flows & temps. you don't really need multiple anyway.

a 2nd temp sensor makes sense, just to be sure the 1st one is working.

that's a ton of side stuff for a 1 radiator build.
So I plan on adding a GPU block + second radiator (probably another 360 or 480 as side exhaust) once nvidia releases their 3080/3080Ti. That's why I want to build this with that in mind. I'm also debating going for HWL GTS rads instead, as they're slim and perform very well for their size. They just tend to be a bit wider than many other radiators (133mm vs. for example 124mm on the equivalent Alphacool). For side mounting in the my Phanteks 719 case, clearances are tight. Those GTS rads are relatively quite restrictive. And the Optimus blocks are pretty restrictive as well (and I'd probably also go for an Optimus GPU block, though given their history so far, it might take a long time before they would release blocks for the 30xx GPU series).

As for the dual-pumps, my goal will be to run them as low as possible to minimize noise levels. Low noise is more important to me than ultimate performance. Might just get Noctua NF-A12x25 fans instead of the SilentWings, and start with a side mount radiator. The fans I could mount out of sight in a pull setup with the 480 rad as side exhaust, so the brown/beige color wouldn't matter. And then once the Chromax version of those Noctua fans come out in Q3, that would be for the top mount 360 x-flow exhaust radiator in push mode (or maybe pull as well, easier to clean the rads that way).

I could even add a third 240 rad on the bottom as intake, but perhaps that's overkill for this build

I'll look into the Aquacomputer MIPS.

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Might just get Noctua NF-A12x25 fans instead of the SilentWings, and start with a side mount radiator.
Sound is really subjective. But....I am a sound profile first builder, and really find the sound signature of the SW3 to be much nicer than the NF-A12x25. While there is a slight performance difference, in your application it may not even be measurable (that's how slight we are talking). Just food for thought.

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Sound is really subjective. But....I am a sound profile first builder, and really find the sound signature of the SW3 to be much nicer than the NF-A12x25. While there is a slight performance difference, in your application it may not even be measurable (that's how slight we are talking). Just food for thought.
There is a TPU comparison somewhere that shows for a given RPM, the Noctua is much quieter when measured in dB/dBA (don't remember which one they used), will pushing more air through radiators than the SW3. But if the sound profile, i.e. the frequency of the generated sound, is more pleasant on the SW3 than the Noctua, I agree that it might be more bearable.

I have one NF-F12 fan in my case right now, and I hate the noise of it at higher RPMs. But I also have the NF-A14x25 and the noise profile of those is great (as well as the NF-A15s that are on my Noctua NH-D15, sound great overall).

My application will be Low RPM, probably up to ~1,000.

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Tygon does make a plasticizer free clear (Mayhems clear is good tubing, but is NOT plasticizer free, nor is it maintenance free....so no clue why it was recommended given your question) - https://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g/c...ree-Page1.html .

I haven't used the Tygon, but have seen a lot of mentions that it can become very stiff and/or brittle, and can get very cloudy. You need to keep in mind that this kind of tubing is made for medical and chemical applications, so it is all about the performance and longevity in applications where aesthetics and bends to meet eye pleasing requirements mean absolutely nothing.
Hi,
Didn't know about mayhems tubing not being plasticizer free can't trust nobody damn it
Tygon well Contains only non-DEHP plasticizer what ever that is supposed to mean ?

That black tygon says nothing one way or another that I noticed.

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2-280GTX Black Ice Nemesis rads with D5 pump-res combo and D5 top before and after rads.
Cooling
MO-RA3 360 PRO stainless steel (25022)
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Not tygan clear?
tygon has printing on it AFAIK and mayhems doesn't, i dunno I have been away from the scene for a while, but I haven't heard anything to the contrary, yet. And mayhems has been put through a lot of tests, I think most people use it for clear soft tubing, here, they did 3 years ago.

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Didn't know about mayhems tubing not being plasticizer free can't trust nobody damn it
Tygon well Contains only non-DEHP plasticizer what ever that is supposed to mean ?

That black tygon says nothing one way or another that I noticed.
My understanding is that Mayhems Ultra has very low likelihood of leeching, but is not actually plasticizer free.

The Tygon A-60-G is made from Norprene, which is a plasticizer free material.

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