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  1. This question is about an AIO cooler. I have a Corsair H100i V2 that I wanted to mod with custom hardline tubing. I've found YouTube vids with people replacing the tubing with aftermarket soft tubing on the older H100i, but the new design is a bit different. Anyone take a V2 apart? I don't even know if they're refillable. I'd also have to figure out how to get the fittings on. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Mayhems Tubing and Coolant Guide for users. This will aid in choosing the right coolant for the right tubing. It is a very basic guide how ever accurate. All testing is done in house over long periods of time. Tubing can fail for many reasons but failure has scored it a negative mark. Some reason for failure include, Micro fracturing, Cracking, Shrinkage, Drying out and more.
  3. Mayhems UV Opaque Tubing Mayhems UV Opaque Tubing is extremely versatile with new ’Polymer Additives’ that do not leach plasticizers into the system. The chemical makeup of Mayhems new coloured tubing has never been used before and is a brand new concept by Mayhems Solutions LTD and is fully REACH complaint. Mayhems Opaque Tubing has been tested in systems reaching temperatures of up to 90c and liquid heat internal temperatures of 65c+. The UV White tubing has extreme flexibility and can easily take heat loads way beyond other brands and keep its elasticity. Mayhems Opaque tubing has an excellent bend radius suited to liquid cooling systems. Mayhems Coloured tubing will also partially acts as a catcher by absorbing soluble residue stopping it reaching and fouling the system. This is a very unique feature and will aid in prolonging the liquid of the coolant within the system and also the life of the PC liquid cooling parts. This is Tubing is developed, produced and made in the Britain entirely utilising British manufacturing techniques and knowledge. Release colours are UV Reactive White followed by UV Reactive Red and UV Reactive Blue in sizes 13mm ID / 19mm OD, 10mm ID / 13mm OD, 10mm ID / 16mm OD.
  4. Mayhems bespoke laboratory grade, hand blown and hardened glass tubing are made in the UK to the highest possible standards. Developed from the ‘ground up’ Mayhems Laboratories have taken the concept of ‘Glass Like’ to the extreme and utilised local knowledge within the UK to produce hardened tubing for liquid-cooled PC’s. The size of the tubing conforms to standard sizes that are common within the industry today. Mayhems tubing is fully compatible with other popular fittings from Alphacool, Bitspower, EK, Thermaltake (amongst other brands). The previously mentioned tubing has been stress tested beyond ‘normal’ temperatures (100c+) and tested with all Mayhems coolants Warning Use appropriate safety measures when working with glass, this include safety glasses / goggle and gloves. Dispose of glass off cuts and glass dust safely. These products do not brake into small fragments they shatter into shards. Test bench built with Mayhems Glass tubing Pre bent peaces We are working on more glass ideas and more pre bends. So far we have 12,13 and 16mm Strights from 500mm to 1000mm 12 and 16mm 500mm long bent at the 125mm point
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