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W-Cooling Water Question

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Castiel, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. Castiel

    Castiel

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    I am working on a client build and he wants Water Cooling, and this is my first major water cooling setup. I'm wondering when I'm filling the loop with water, can I fill it with cold water, or do I have to use room temp water?

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    temps dont matter but you MUST use distilled water. tap water is a nono
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    seeing as it is a client, they probably won't clean/maintain the loop at all. I would use a bit of anitfreeze with the distilled water, maybe a 10% antifreeze/90% distilled water setup.
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    You have to buy some Ready to use coolants, they request change of the liquid after about 6 months of use.

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