Mayhem's Aurora Wiki and Guide
Aurora is "NOT" made for use in a home system. It has been developed for show System's (modding) and Photo work. If looking for a fluid for a Home system / Gaming system please use Mayhems X1 or Mayhems Pastel range of fluids there are fully tested and working in any kind of loop.
Before use you Must Shake the bottle vigorously to mix the Aurora in the bottle.
Tested and Confirmed working products.
Will be updated as new items are tested and confirmed.
Removing the restriction plate in CPU blocks increases the life of the liquid and gives a much better effect. In testing you will lose -1 to -2.5c (dependant on CPU block) off the system when removing restriction plates.
|DT||5Noz (CPU Block)|
|DT||Sniper (CPU Block)|
|Koolance||CPU-370 (with small restriction plate)|
|Koolance||CPU-370 (restriction plate removed.)|
|Koolance||RP-402x2 (rev .2) Tested on DDC 10w and DDC 18w|
|Koolance||Laing Duel Bay Res (duel DDC Pumps)|
|XSPC||No Bay Resivours from XSPC work|
|XSPC||RASA (CPU / GPU Blocks)|
|XSPC||Raystorm (CPU /GPU Blocks) Open up the block and make sure all the channels are stright.|
|XSPC||All Reservoirs with built in pump|
|Phobya||DC12-400 12 Volt Pump|
|Phobya||DC12-800 12 Volt Pump|
|Phobya||Balancer 150 Black Nickel|
|Phobya||S.1366 / 1156 Water Block|
|Laing||DDC D5 (Power set between 3 and 5)|
|Watercooling||Heat Killer (With Restriction Plate)|
|Watercooling||Heat Killer (With out Restriction Plate)|
|EK WB||Supreme LT AMD Acetal AMR3|
|EK WB||Supreme HF (restriction plate removed.) EN|
|EK WB||Supreme HF (with restriction plate) EN|
|EK WB||460 Old Plated GPU Block|
|Swifttech||Apogee XT CPU|
++ Single DDC / D5 Reservoir has large opening on right hand side were the water is dead and does not move this causes the pearl to drop out of suspension and lay. these are actually badly designed reservoirs.
+++ D5 Laing Pumps are recommend to be run on Level 4 and 5 and not below this settings.
Pumps with Low overhead pressure are not recommend for use with this Fluid.
- Tube Reservoir
- DDC 18 W
- Phobya DC12 - 400 / 800
- Fast Flow CPU block like the DT 5NOZ
- Any GPU Block
WARNING: Do not use Harsh cleaner to clean your system out before using Aurora. These can damage Aurora and it will stick to you tubing. Preferably use new Tubing when ever possible. If you have a exit port on you Computer for emptying out you water cooling loop it is better to remove this (see below).
Aurora just does not disappear. This is a problem caused by 1 of 3 things.
- You have not flushed your system correctly. Aurora Sticks to tubing, Rads, and various other components.
- Your pump does not have enough pressure or flow to move the fluids around quick enough (e.g 4 rads + 2 blocks on a single 18 watt DDC is expecting to much)
- You have bad flow in a reservoir or single component that is causing the pearl to stay inside it or stick.
Aurora is not made for complex systems. It is made for simple loops with 1 or 2 rads and pumps and res.
It has been noted that people using lots of 90 Degree bends are experiencing problems with this liquid. When we tested the liquid we used normal barbs and never used any 90 degree bends in the loops. It has all so been noted people are adding more than 2 to 3 blocks and getting disappointing results again this is down to the user to test the liquid before adding it to a live system.
Aurora is "NOT" made for use in a home system. It has been developed for show System's (modding) and Photo work. If looking for a fluid for a Home system / Gaming system please use Mayhems X1 or Mayhems Pastel range of fluids there are fully tested and working in any kind of loop