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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by calvary1980, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. calvary1980

    calvary1980 New Member

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    anyone here have any expierence with multiple brands of UV Dye's in their loop, I had my eyes set on the D-Tek Customs FX but some people complain it changes colors under UV im looking for something strong.

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    never used any dyes myself but the fessercool and PCice stuff is supposed to be good :confused:

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    hit it with some UV man!

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    it isnt supposed to be the UV variety....just steel blue. Cant get the color they have in the link, but it should at least appear to be blue in the tube!

    Just not very fond of the non UV from PC Ice was my point I guess. There are most likely better dyes, but i wouldnt say this was it!
     
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    fair enough i thought what you posted was UV :p

    my bad :slap:

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    its ok If I haddent given all my UV cathodes away , I would have hit them with it just to see....lol
     
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    you GAVE them away?



    bastard! :p J/K


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    LOL yeah they went to AthlonX2. Come on fellas . I know we got lots of water coolers in TPU...Wonder if the stuff Damulta used durring his meltdown was UV reactive. Thats a cool color dye!

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=41509
     
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    maybe we should start a W/C club so we could discuss all things water related?

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    O/P another option would/could be the use of UV reactive tubing.

    i use primoflex UV blue myself and it is just great. bit of a dust magnet though.

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