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Reccomendations for Coolant and Tubing Sleeve

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Sasqui, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Sasqui

    Sasqui

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    Color tastes aside, looking for reccomendations for:

    UV reactant anti-corrosive coolant (BLUE)
    UV reactant anti-kink spiral tube sleeving - 5/8" OD - (BLUE)

    Also looking for stuff to stay away from! :rolleyes:

    And vendors... Looking to get an MK 150 reservoir as well.
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    Feser one is a very good product, one of the best actually http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=28353&vpn=4%20260119%20640016&manufacture=Feser%20One
    I personally use Primochill Pc Pure and it is the best i used so far (perform as good the feser one) http://www.frozencpu.com/products/7591/ex-liq-107/PrimoChill_Pure_Performance_Coolant_32oz_-_UV_Blue.html?tl=g30c103s702

    Stay away from everything from fluid xp, costly, thick, leave residues, and is one of the worst performers, i don't talk trough my hat, i used it for over 1 year and my radiator was full of deposits (a truck load)
    Primochill ice bad too.
    I hope this helped :)
    Sasqui says thanks.
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    Thanks dude. the Primochill Pure reads like good stuff, and a 1 liter bottle is priced right. I like the idea of the dye coming in a seprate package so you can add as much or as little as you want.
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    One thing though, the color of the pcpure degrade rapidly. My blood red coolant has become ... ahem... pink! :shadedshu I dont know about other colors, but i don't care because i only care about the performance.
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    Hmmm... the description of it made me wonder about something like that.

    Someone else mentioned to stay away from Feser, but perhaps that was a different blend. From all the things I've heard, it sounds like glycol is a recipe for grunkage.

    In 6+ years on my current w/c rig, I'm on my 2nd Koolance fill. Hardly any residue and I once put it out in -5f conditions for fun. It froze, but not solid - more like slush. I don't know what's in it - they don't say.

    Any tubing sleeve reccomendations???

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