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Red coolant turning light pink in four days... Why?

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LicketyxxSplit

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So I just moved my system from a Corsair Spec Alpha into a Thermaltake Core X71, also purchasing a Thermaltake liquid cooling kit, a GTX 1080 water block & some other accessories not associated with the loop, all from Amazon... I finished the build about a week ago & everything is running as smooth as ever. But my red coolant which was originally a nice blood red color, has now started to fade away into a light pink. Well not exactly the coolant, but it looks as if the tubes and other clear parts (water block, reservoir) have started to turn this "pink" in certain areas, not entirely... It started as little as four days after completing the build & has been continuously getting worse. It's only the color, the temperatures and everything else remains the same, for now. Keeping a sharp eye on everything until I get my situation figured out. 


Not a PC genius whatsoever. Started about a year ago. All help is GREATLY appreciated. Thanks!

(Will update with photos if needed, but I think the main point was addressed) 


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