Tuesday, February 9th 2021

FlexeGRAPH Announces Go Chiller Premium Coolant for DIY Liquid Cooling Setups

The PC Gaming and hardware industry generated 40 billion dollars in revenue in 2020. In 2021 hardware sales continue to rise exponentially, with an expected influx of $3.6 billion in revenue. With an unprecedented incline in new Gamers and hardware sales across all segments (entry to advanced); Gamers have a vested interest in protecting their significant investment (Source: Superdata). Go Chiller has been designed by FlexeGRAPH to provide the best PC Liquid coolant for Gamers who require the ultimate in performance.

The thermal conductivity of Go Chiller is the highest for a commercially available coolant and even out-performs water as a result of Flexegraph's proprietary nanomaterial additive package. A high thermal conductivity means rapid heat transfer from the processors giving an immediate fast reduction in temperatures. It has ultra-low viscosity ensuring high flow rates and low temperatures. this aids in heat rejection by reducing radiator heat soak and temperatures over extended gaming play.
Go Chiller also contains corrosion inhibitors to protect hardware, as well as antimicrobials to prevent biological growth. The coolant has low foam, which makes filling easy and reduces the formation of bubbles, particularly over the hottest part of the processor. Many coolants are brightly coloured but over time, dyes break down leaving behind residue which stains, affect performance, and restrict flow. Go Chiller is black.

"Serious Gamers want premier coolant to protect their hardware, allow the ultimate in performance and an unprecedented Gaming experience and this is what Go Chiller provides," said Shannon Notley CEO FlexeGRAPH.

Go Chiller is sold exclusively at www.gochiller.com for $38.61 USD and can be shipped to the US, UK, Europe, and Singapore for an additional cost. The development of Go Chiller was supported by the Boosting Innovation Grant provided by the Canberra Innovation Network.

For more information, and to purchase, visit this page.
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19 Comments on FlexeGRAPH Announces Go Chiller Premium Coolant for DIY Liquid Cooling Setups

#1
X71200
Gotta love how they didn't say "Kryofuel" or whatever EK sells, and other stuff. Just put in "competitor 1" and make sure the crap is seen better. Kek.
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#2
ZoneDymo
suuure flexygraph, suuuuuuure
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#3
kayjay010101
God I hate graphs that don't start at 0... so misleading
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#4
Caring1
Is this an Australian company?
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#5
Dammeron
It's most likely what everybody else sells - water mixed with corrosion inhibitor and dye. How much different can the results be?
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Caring1
DammeronIt's most likely what everybody else sells - water mixed with corrosion inhibitor and dye. How much different can the results be?
Graphene based coolant with ultra low viscosity.
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#7
X71200
Caring1Graphene based coolant with ultra low viscosity.
Really important, how about distilled water mixed with anti-bio?

There come a day you realize how pointless it is to use these things and fill your computer garbage with them. Using gloves, doing leak tests, pump tests. All that garbage, what for? An AMD setup that could work at fine temperatures with a 5 cm stock heatsink?
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#8
mak1skav
Is this the equivalent of expensive "special" HI-FI cables?
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#9
kayjay010101
X71200Really important, how about distilled water mixed with anti-bio?

There come a day you realize how pointless it is to use these things and fill your computer garbage with them. Using gloves, doing leak tests, pump tests. All that garbage, what for? An AMD setup that could work at fine temperatures with a 5 cm stock heatsink?
My 5950X only boosted to about 4.8GHz single core and 4.4GHz multi, because of thermal limits on air. It now boosts to 5.1GHz single core and 4.7GHz multi, as that thermal restraint is lifted.
My 3090 only boosted to about 1980MHz because of thermal limits on air. It now boosts to 2100MHz and stays below 55C, as that thermal restraint is lifted.
My RAM is cooler as a result as well, since the CPU and GPU isn't heating up the ambient temp in the case either.
All the while being incredibly quiet and without any of the annoying fan rampups under load.
Is it worth it, budgetary-wise? No, not at all. Is it worth it from a time perspective? Probably not, if you're short on time. But if you like tinkering with computers and have cash to spare, it is noticeably better than anything else and fun too.
And nobody wears gloves lol
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#10
Aht0s
kayjay010101My 5950X only boosted to about 4.8GHz single core and 4.4GHz multi, because of thermal limits on air. It now boosts to 5.1GHz single core and 4.7GHz multi, as that thermal restraint is lifted.
My 3090 only boosted to about 1980MHz because of thermal limits on air. It now boosts to 2100MHz and stays below 55C, as that thermal restraint is lifted.
My RAM is cooler as a result as well, since the CPU and GPU isn't heating up the ambient temp in the case either.
All the while being incredibly quiet and without any of the annoying fan rampups under load.
Is it worth it, budgetary-wise? No, not at all. Is it worth it from a time perspective? Probably not, if you're short on time. But if you like tinkering with computers and have cash to spare, it is noticeably better than anything else and fun too.
And nobody wears gloves lol
:toast:
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#11
dgianstefani
I would be interested to see @W1zzard or another of the reviewers here test this against a compilation of other coolant premixes. I currently use Mayhems X1 Clear and have had no issues, but i'm always interested in improvements. Maybe a roundup test against cryofluid, mayhems and a couple others? Would be good data and useful for builds.
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#12
Aht0s
X71200Really important, how about distilled water mixed with anti-bio?

There come a day you realize how pointless it is to use these things and fill your computer garbage with them. Using gloves, doing leak tests, pump tests. All that garbage, what for? An AMD setup that could work at fine temperatures with a 5 cm stock heatsink?
For some of us, watercooling is a hobby. Just like some will modify a car, others will only drive it from A to B. In my case, I don't add watercooling for performance but just for the aesthetic part of it and I don't want fans running on high RPM.
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#13
95Viper
Stay on topic.
Stop the personal attacks.
If you have a problem report and walk away.
Or, take it PMs in a civil discussion.

Thank You and Obey the Forum Guidelines
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#14
Aht0s
X71200You're telling this to somebody who's done way more overkill water cooling setups than you can think of. PMP-500 blasting all the water so much that you see it flow right from left to right in the blink of an eye.

Do you honestly think my 3900X is loud with the Wraith at stock undervolted all the way down? What about that user's 5900X for that matter, which is produced on even a more advanced FINFET nanometer?

You are flipping hairs and you have a pointless hobby which all goes for your so called "aesthetics". A gaming PC's sole fact is functionality, lights and stuff have zero importance. Modifying cars is also a massive genre so I won't get there either. I really hope you have an idea what you're talking about, but if I talked about what a VCDS cable is and what it does, you probably wouldn't get that either.
No, I don't know what a VCDS cable is and I am ok with that as well as my pointless hobby. To each their own.
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#15
ThrashZone
Hi,
Don't think I could do a black fluid lol
Clear or nothing
Yes nothing cools like distilled water.... but I hate having to test monthly.. to keep ph7 going on so I opt for premix atm modmymods water which is mayhems XT-1 mixed in the USA seems good stuff for 8.99 liter and I believe they still allow coolant for discount code for one free liter :-)
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#16
Aht0s
ThrashZoneHi,
Don't think I could do a black fluid lol
Clear or nothing
Yes nothing cools like distilled water.... but I hate having to test monthly.. to keep ph7 going on so I opt for premix atm modmymods water which is mayhems XT-1 mixed in the USA seems good stuff for 8.99 liter and I believe they still allow coolant for discount code for one free liter :)
How often do you replace modmymods water based on your experience?
Is the black fluid not coming out good in a build?
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#17
MDWiley
Never heard of this company before... There are some pretty bold claims on their site about the thermal conductivity, components being 6C cooler, etc. Idk. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
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#18
Fry178
@X71200
glad your the benchmark for what is pointless and what isnt.
its one thing to say "i dont like it..", but that doesnt equal pointless,
at least not as pointless as running kry paste on stock HS (how much was that?!)
or going overkill using a 1500w psu for something using 600w..

@mak1skav
not everyone is using the same stuff.
when ppl spend +1M on a super car, do you think they plan on getting some 200$ no-name tire?
yes, no one needs to spend 100$ on 3ft of rca wires to hook up their tv,
but when you have the funds for certain stuff, i dont see it making sense to cheap out on something..



have been shopping (since 2000) working (since 2006) in computer shops that are selling coolants,
i have yet to see a premix from a single brand that doesnt grow crap inside, after only sitting on the shelf in room temp environment.
best one was at MC 3y ago, were you could see stuff floating (clear coolant as well),
and i jokingly asked which ones the best, sales person hands me a bottle from shelf (still 1y before exp date),
i shook it and asked if the fluids now comes with flakes, so my loop looks like a snow globe... :D

unless mixed metals, i use distilled water that was UV treated, add some biocide.
5y ago i ran a loop with a dirty resorator (out of production, so it was used from ebay) that smelled like weeks old fish garbage.
filled loop 2 times with dist water, one time with water+biocide, after a year no bio growth, no gunk build up on any parts,
and even without a rad/fans, temps were good enough i never worried about buying "coolant".

outside the fact i want to see this running in +100.000 rigs for 10y, then lets see "how good" it is,
before i invest +30$ on coolant alone, im going to use a resorator again, leaving it outside (winter),
or under the AC outlet, gaining more on temps this will ever do.
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#19
micropage7
when you see there just competitor 1 competitor 2 you gonna ask about are they on the same level, you can put enty level stuff and make it like your product above them all by easy
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