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    best looking red cooling liquid?


    look amaizing!!

    where can i find this liquid?

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    I think the only way to get it atm is to order a Murderbox. Charles still hasn't offered it up for sell.
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    red tubes are good no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertime359 View Post
    I think the only way to get it atm is to order a Murderbox. Charles still hasn't offered it up for sell.
    somthing close to this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pelo911 View Post
    somthing close to this?
    I haven't really seen anything close to it as it is Charles own special blend.

    I personally perfer to use colored tubing and distilled water though.

    Can check out Feser's UV red. i have heard it looks pretty good.
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    Primochill's Tubing is absolutely amazing, the red is beautiful, matches really nicely with the bloodrage board
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    Fesor Red UV with Red Tubing from Danger Den. Pics dont do in justice.

    Last edited by Bit Image; 09-10-2009 at 09:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaByBoI View Post
    Primochill's Tubing is absolutely amazing, the red is beautiful, matches really nicely with the bloodrage board
    pic!

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    http://www.frozencpu.com/products/75...c103s183#blank
    it's look close to the murderjuice.
    it's better than the feser-one uv red?


    Malik project:

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    Mailk - Mind me asking what red dye you used?

    This is combination of feser one uv red and primochill bloody red.

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    A combination? I must have been out of the W/C loop longer then i thought. I thought that was a very bad idea.
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    I never use dyes myself, but personally, I don't think the colored tubing looks quite as nice as colored liquid inside clear tubing. It lacks that glossy, clear, glass-like outer layer that the clear tubing provides, and it's opaque.

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    Red tubing with distilled in my opinion. I slapped a red cathode behind my res to make it glow red... I'll have pictures over in my worklog by the end of the weekend (Just a bit busy sorry).
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadiantire View Post
    pic!
    I would man, but my cell phone that had the pictures was dropped and would no longer work, and then my reservoir cracked, so i took it all apart... im waiting for my new stuff to come in from directcanada, and for a new res from FrozenQ...

    should look AMAZING when it comes in, i will get pics up as soon as i can, i promise!
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    Some photos of the red Primochill PRO LRT here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=234100
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    for anyone who wants to see, this is a snip from my build, using primochill 1/2" ID 3/4" OD tubing, looks good boys!





    the pictures dont do it justice, the red is just beautiful
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    Looks good. You should pop the top off the Enzotech and paint it either red or black to match the theme. It comes off easy, but take your time with it. I have an extra one if you want it to play with, just PM me.
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    you're right! that would look amazing! probably in red
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