Thursday, September 24th 2020

EK Launches Mystic Fog Cryofuel Coolant for Vivid D-RGB Effects

EK, the leading computer cooling solutions provider, has launched a brand new RGB-focused coolant based on the latest formula with long-lasting stability and vivid addressable D-RGB reactivity. The coolant is specially developed to bring the best possible light dispersion to various PC liquid cooling products, and it's named EK-CryoFuel Mystic Fog. The coolant is already available in Limited Edition bottles.

The new coolant contains everything a high-end liquid cooling system requires for efficient thermal performance and to provide the necessary protection for water blocks. It carries the essential synergistic corrosion inhibitors and biological inhibitors, promoting high thermal efficiency, and long and safe operational life for liquid cooling products.
With countless hours of in-house and third-party real-life scenario testing, EK-CryoFuel Mystic Fog is one of the most chemically stable coolants that provides enthusiasts with the best possible level of performance and thermal efficiency. The key feature of the new coolant formula is the perfect ratio of suspended particles versus the clear coolant basis, which gives the coolant its unique ability to disperse light. This will provide the best possible foundation for vivid addressable D-RGB effects inside any liquid cooling system.

The Mystic Fog coolant will not sediment after long hours of inactivity of the cooling loop. Designed specifically for computer liquid cooling systems, the EK-CryoFuel offers a 2-year shelf life from the date of bottling. For the best light dispersion effects of EK-CryoFuel Mystic Fog, it's recommended to replace the coolant every six months.

Like all EK-CryoFuel coolants, it comes as a premix (1000ml) and a concentrate (250ml). Mystic Fog carries the production date and the batch code, which is printed on the top side of the cap for more precise shelf-life tracking. It is also biodegradable (90% in 10 days), and will not remain in the environment or bioaccumulate.

EK-CryoFuel contains synergistic corrosion inhibitors to protect metals commonly found in computer liquid cooling systems. It has been tested in accordance with the BS5117 (ASTM D1384) standard and found to meet corrosion standards for copper, brass, and stainless steel. It also contains scale and biological inhibitors to prevent fouling, thus promoting long operational life and high thermal efficiency for the best value/performance ratio.

Availability and Pricing

EK-CryoFuel Mystic Fog coolant is made in Slovenia, Europe, and is readily available for order through the EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network.
Source: EK
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14 Comments on EK Launches Mystic Fog Cryofuel Coolant for Vivid D-RGB Effects

#1
m2geek
Ooo pretty.

One day I'll make the leap to custom loop haha.
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Dammeron
I like it. Finally someone properly recognized, what RGB means. It's not "hardcore gaming" and whatnot, it's unicorns, butterflies and glitter.
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Haile Selassie
DammeronI like it. Finally someone properly recognized, what RGB means. It's not "hardcore gaming" and whatnot, it's unicorns, butterflies and glitter.
This company is inadvertently mocking themselves and their clientele. Go figure.
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Vayra86
Haile SelassieThis company is inadvertently mocking themselves and their clientele. Go figure.
I say well played, calling things what they are always means scoring 100 points with me.

The problem lies with people who attribute all sorts of nonsense to that. As if there is street cred in PCs or its users... lmao.
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#5
Caring1
They've put the rainbow Unicorn label over their name on a normal bottle, so it looks like FK Cryofuel now. :roll:
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#7
Object55
Oh it's the EK Fog-Block-Clog
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#8
robot zombie
Vayra86I say well played, calling things what they are always means scoring 100 points with me.

The problem lies with people who attribute all sorts of nonsense to that. As if there is street cred in PCs or its users... lmao.
Now Im picturing a street tuner with that unicorn graphic on the sides. Dont forget... waifu cars are a thing.
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#9
MDWiley
Oooh I’ve been waiting for this coolant. Glad they took the extra time to test it. I’m looking forward to trying it.
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#10
John Naylor
Having been building PCs for almost 30 years, I got started trying to obtain high performance CAD systems building boxes that could improve CAD productivity by selective hardware choices, improve affordability and break the 640k DOS memory limit in a manner that had a **real** impact. We later noticed that was good for CAD, was great for gaming. After a while, gaming boxes were more oft requested then CAD boxes. At time went on and the industry mature over 2next 20 years, goals started to be more oriented on "what will impress my friends" and optimizing performance took a back seat.

The day one of my sons swapped his cooling system out to accommodate an "integrated RGB system", I called my wife / other 2 sons and asked ... "Where did we go wrong ?"
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#11
zlobby
Now your watercooling loop can have a trip too! o_O
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#12
WeisserWalFisch
Please forget all this colour bling - i have been building gaming workstations for 25 years now and performance is most important. And wait - are there real unicorns crammed in those canisters? Please don't do those things to beautiful mystical creatures.
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#13
Vayra86
robot zombieNow Im picturing a street tuner with that unicorn graphic on the sides. Dont forget... waifu cars are a thing.
You're on to something I can feel it
WeisserWalFischPlease forget all this colour bling - i have been building gaming workstations for 25 years now and performance is most important. And wait - are there real unicorns crammed in those canisters? Please don't do those things to beautiful mystical creatures.
No man, there is only one unicorn ever, they just cut it up in 2nm pieces.
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#14
Nephilim666
I *personally* would never use anything other than a crystal clear coolant (either water+additive or a premix) but different strokes for different folks. My concern would be clogging - notice they make no guarantees against that. Never seen a clear coolant clog anything.
My PC has RGB coming out of every hole but 95% of the time it's all turned off.
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