Wednesday, March 29th 2017

EK Introduces New EK-CryoFuel Coolants

EK Water Blocks, the market leader in high-end liquid cooling for PC products, is proud to introduce the EK-CryoFuel, the most chemically stable coolant that provides enthusiasts and gamers with the best possible level of performance, color stability, and thermal efficiency.

EK-CryoFuel premixes
EK-CryoFuel is available as a premix and can be poured directly into any custom loop without any additional chemicals or kill coils. It comes as a Clear (transparent), Blood Red, Navy Blue, Lime Yellow and Acid Green color in a 900mL bottle. The amount of a single premix is more than enough to run a typical custom loop with multiple water blocks and radiators. To calculate the exact amount of coolant needed for a custom loop, users can always check with Custom Loop Configurator.
EK-CryoFuel concentrates
EK-CryoFuel is also available as a concentrate, available in a 100mL bottle and has to be mixed with distilled water in ratio 1:9 to form 1L of ready-to-use coolant. Like the premixes EK-CryoFuel concentrates are available in Clear (transparent), Blood Red, Navy Blue, Lime Yellow and Acid Green color. To make the process of mixing the concentrates with distilled water easier, we are also introducing the filling bottle that comes with a special tube for reservoir opening. This makes loop filling process much easier!

Availability and pricing
EK-CryoFuel coolants are made in Slovenia, Europe and are already available for purchase through already available for purchase through EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network. In the table below you can find the MSR price with VAT included.​
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8 Comments on EK Introduces New EK-CryoFuel Coolants

#1
m1dg3t
Coloured tubes is the answer, not more liquid colour crap additives. Then again, I'm an just an idiot.
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#2
MrGenius
"Lime green and acid yellow". "Wait...acid green and lime yellow". "Yeah...that sounds better!"

WTF?
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#3
Bruno Vieira
m1dg3t said:
Coloured tubes is the answer, not more liquid colour crap additives. Then again, I'm an just an idiot.
Year, Colored PETG is awsome! But not
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m1dg3t
Bruno Vieira said:
Year, Colored PETG is awsome! But not
That would be awesome, but like you said impossible to find. I still love Primochill tubing after all these years, lot of colour choices and UV reactive stuff too! :D
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#5
Totally
m1dg3t said:
That would be awesome, but like you said impossible to find. I still love Primochill tubing after all these years, lot of colour choices and UV reactive stuff too! :D
Whatever floats your boat. I get tired of seeing the same colors after a while with colored tubing whenever I would want a change in scenery. I'd have to remove, replace, and reinstall all the tubing should I want to change vs a simple flush and refill with clear tubing and a colored coolant.
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#6
bug
m1dg3t said:
Coloured tubes is the answer, not more liquid colour crap additives. Then again, I'm an just an idiot.
But what if you already have a blue tube and would like it to be green? Lime Yellow coolant is the answer!
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Vayra86
bug said:
But what if you already have a blue tube and would like it to be green? Lime Yellow coolant is the answer!
Be careful what you wish for, soon they'll put RGB leds in the mixture
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#8
Hitman_Actual
m1dg3t said:
Coloured tubes is the answer, not more liquid colour crap additives. Then again, I'm an just an idiot.
You're totally right.

Either use LED's color of your choice and or color tubes/hose

I run only distilled water.

All these color coolants will stain your entire system and gunk up. I don't care what the labels say.

I've tried just about all of them and they've all stained.
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