Wednesday, December 11th 2019

TEAMGROUP Releases T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 & ARGB LED Uniform Strip

TEAMGROUP releases T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 and T-FORCE ARGB LED Uniform Strip which are specially designed for CARDEA LIQUID Water Cooling SSD and building an eye-catching PC of your own. T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 has five colors available at once upon release, so users can change the theme and style of the PC freely. T-FORCE ARGB LED Uniform Strip uses 2020 LED bead which is more refined than 5050 ones on the market. With addressable ARGB LED, the creativity can be limitless.
T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 uses anti-corrosion liquid which made in Taiwan to effectively prevent water-cooling equipment made of copper, aluminium, etc. from being corroded. It is also made by materials that can be naturally decomposed by organisms. The low conductivity's material characteristic offers consumers a reliable quality with safe assurance. Coolant Kit CK5 has blue, red, green, fluorescent green and transparent, five base colors for users to mix and create exclusive style for their PCs.
TEAMGROUP releases T-FORCE ARGB LED Uniform Strip. The flexible light strip material is rollable and it also has a magnetic light clip, which allows consumers make full use of the body to decorate their space with various styles. Each LED light of ARGB Uniform Strip is a programmable and addressable separate module. Every light strip has up to 40 of 2020 ARGB LED beads that can present an intensive and even lighting effect through the lighting control software, making your PC dazzle and shine! Sources: Coolant Kit CK5, ARGB LED Strip
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9 Comments on TEAMGROUP Releases T-FORCE Coolant Kit CK5 & ARGB LED Uniform Strip

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Why dont ppl just use distilled water? Why all these different types of "coolant"?
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Totally
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Why dont ppl just use distilled water? Why all these different types of "coolant"?
Mixed metals/galvanic corosion. Nickel, copper, and H2O will half react into nickel sulfate.
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CrAsHnBuRnXp
Why dont ppl just use distilled water? Why all these different types of "coolant"?
Marketing to sell more products & newbies unknowingly mixing materials mostly IMO. My decade old distilled water loop can still run fine, no cleaning required.
#4
claster17
I've been using deionized water without additives for a year now. Much cheaper and so far no issues.

Totally
Mixed metals/galvanic corosion. Nickel, copper, and H2O will half react into nickel sulfide.
Where is that sulfur supposed to come from?
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#5
Chomiq
Pay a visit to a chemistry department at local University and get some ultrapure water.
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AnarchoPrimitiv
OK, these led "neons" have been around for years from LED manufacturers and now (first Phanteks, and now this) are just slapping their label on it and marking the price up by 1000%. It's been possible to buy these on aliexpress for a long time and much cheaper, in fact almost a year ago now, I bought 5 meters (16.4 feet) of 96 LED/meter (far denser than I'm sure phanteks or Teamgroup has) for around $50. At this point, I'm honestly starting to believe that these PC brands just go on aliexpress or just go to china and say: "Yeah, we can definitely take that product, increase the price by 4x-6x, slap our label on it, and put "gamer" somewhere in the item name and these "enthusiasts" will eat it up with a spoon. I know I shouldn't care, I guess it just bothers me when fellow consumers are wasting their money and rewarding these egregious price increases.

If anyone is interested, here's a link to literally the exact product Teamgroup is putting their branding on:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000002249879.html?spm=2114.12010612.8148356.21.1c0d2ddcnKYFUj

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#7
Chloe Price
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Why dont ppl just use distilled water? Why all these different types of "coolant"?
We want colour for our loops. I have green UV liquid on my loop.
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Totally
claster17
I've been using deionized water without additives for a year now. Much cheaper and so far no issues.


Where is that sulfur supposed to come from?
It was early, I wasn't firing only cylinders when posted that, but I feel the need to double down and say in the water if it is not distilled.
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CrAsHnBuRnXp
Chloe Price
We want colour for our loops. I have green UV liquid on my loop.
Personally, id want clear or black tubing (or the silver kind that Jayztwocents is using in his) cause my color scheme changes so often.
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