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Getting rid of algea

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September 19, 2012 4:01:41 PM

Can I add red Glycol to my loop and flush it couple of times to get rid of algea?

I don't really have time to remove gpu blocks from the cards as this is wery time consuming.

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a c 190 K Overclocking
September 19, 2012 7:13:55 PM

The problem with just flushin a few times is you may miss a few spores and before you know it you're back in gloop city,
its a temporary measure, if you really don't want to strip your loop,
flush a few times with a nice strong anti-bac mix, then lay up some UV cathodes and that should keep you clear
Moto
September 19, 2012 7:50:47 PM

Motopsychojdn said:
The problem with just flushin a few times is you may miss a few spores and before you know it you're back in gloop city,
its a temporary measure, if you really don't want to strip your loop,
flush a few times with a nice strong anti-bac mix, then lay up some UV cathodes and that should keep you clear
Moto


The reason why I have algea was because for there was a time when the PC was in a room where sun could come in, now it's pitch black.
a c 190 K Overclocking
September 20, 2012 12:18:10 AM

My Pc is by a window in direct sunlight, UV and a couple of coils is all I use, not chemical additive whatsoever, but once you sort it, if daylight is limited in the room you should be fine
Moto
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