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Mayhem's Aurora testing - Gemini loop fill

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Uploaded on Aug 7, 2011

If you like watercooling you might have already heard of Mayhem who sells Mayhem's Dyes. Mayhem has started working a while ago on a new type of coolant. This coolant is designed for the most unique appearance and is without equal.

The coolant has been named the "Mayhem's Aurora" range of coolant. And what makes it so special is that it has pearlescent particles in it that will make your loop look absolutely unique and beautiful. Mayhem himself has made various vids of his work on this. You can check those in his channel

http://www.youtube.com/user/micahellwood


After some testing on his on it came the time to get this out for some independent testing and this is where I come in. This rig is the first to use this coolant in real world conditions. I'll be assessing not only how it looks but also how it performs. You can check the progress of the test here:

http://www.specialtechforums.co.uk/v2...

Right now I leave you with the video of me filling my loop up with this. Never mind the abrupt ending, as my camera ran out of memory near the end XD
More data will be coming on the next few days (running a performance test as this is uploaded from the laptop, actually).

And, just before anyone asks, here goes some information about the rig and loop:

Motherboard: Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7

CPU: AMD Phenom II 965 (3.4X4) running at 4.3GHz, 2.8 CPU-NB and 2.6 HT-Link. VCore = 1.55V

Pump: Laing DDC 3.2 (18W) with XSPC Top
Tubing: Masterkleer 10/13mm
Reservoir: Phobya Balancer Golden 250
Radiator: Aquacomputer Airplex Revolution 420/360 with Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP15 (1850RPM) X3
CPU Block: XSPC Rasa + EK Universal backplate

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