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Thanks for all the advice guys. :toast:
I just need one more peice of advice...

I have a jug of Fesser One uv blue cooling liquid .... I noticed it isn't as thin as distilled water... It's thicker... Is it ok to top the rez off with distilled water to try and thin out the coolant?
 

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I have a 230mm blowing into a rad and 2 120's under the rad pulling. The rad is mounted under the top of a case. My temps are usually 40-44 idle and 55 load on normal use. 65 load on stress testing.

the best part is, it's nearly silent with 8 total fans

3 230mm 1 180? 2 120s an 80 sittin on the gpu blowing into the nb and the gpu fan
 

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I have a 230mm blowing into a rad and 2 120's under the rad pulling. The rad is mounted under the top of a case. My temps are usually 40-44 idle and 55 load on normal use. 65 load on stress testing.

the best part is, it's nearly silent with 8 total fans

3 230mm 1 180? 2 120s an 80 sittin on the gpu blowing into the nb and the gpu fan
thats what im looking for is great cooling and no noise
 

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***Warning***

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you will regret using coolants besides distilled water.
ok why?
I've used TT coolant for over a year and besides loosing its reactivity to uv light I never had any problems.
 

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I just put a few drops of coolant on a piece of tin foil and heated it up to the point of boil and waited till it evaporated..... There was nothing left behind for residue....
 

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I just put a few drops of coolant on a piece of tin foil and heated it up to the point of boil and waited till it evaporated..... There was nothing left behind for residue....

thats interesting..maybe it has to do with the way it reacts to the different metals in the loop idk...But when i used water i ran Distilled water and Swiftech Hydrox
 

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thats interesting..maybe it has to do with the way it reacts to the different metals in the loop idk...But when i used water i ran Distilled water and Swiftech Hydrox
He spoofed that test.... I googled Fesser One coolant problems and there wasn't one single complaint..... I went to there site and selected the coolant im using and there is nothing but awesome reviews from testers.... so go figure? :wtf:
 

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I've owned some coolants when I started. Testing if liquid evaporates and leaves behind residue is likely not to give any conclusive results. The dye when cooled and heated and cooled and heated WILL congeal(sp?) and attach itself to the small microscopic grooves of the metals in your loop. The problem is that dye is not completely soluable just like most things when heated and cooled over a period of time.

Here's a picture of build-up starting to form in small microscopic fissures in copper.


 
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i push but soon i will push/pull
 

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I've owned some coolants when I started. Testing if liquid evaporates and leaves behind residue is likely not to give any conclusive results. The dye when cooled and heated and cooled and heated WILL congeal(sp?) and attach itself to the small microscopic grooves of the metals in your loop. The problem is that dye is not completely soluable just like most things when heated and cooled over a period of time.

Here's a picture of build-up starting to form in small microscopic fissures in copper.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3577/3832174652_5358209a55_b.jpg
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3486/3841559040_e886424050_o.jpg
those pic's you posted I can believe.... but the other guy is BS'n big time....
Those pic's you posted.... how long did it take to get those results?
 

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those pic's you posted I can believe.... but the other guy is BS'n big time....
Those pic's you posted.... how long did it take to get those results?

4 months. Part of the problem is also some coolants contain chemicals that will dissolve your block's O-ring into the fluid.
 

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4 months.
well I still have a problem believing its the coolant... Id almost say the water block was boiling in the dark areas
 

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4 months. Part of the problem is also some coolants contain chemicals that will dissolve your block's O-ring into the fluid.
thats what I was thinking.... and not only the O rings but the blocks gasket
 

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well I still have a problem believing its the coolant... Id almost say the water block was boiling in the dark areas

This is something a number of people will tell you is accurate. They aren't being paid by any companies to write reviews, so we're either trying to trick you into using a not-so-pretty colored loop or we're trying to save you time/effort.
 

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This is something a number of people will tell you is accurate. They aren't being paid by any companies to write reviews, so we're either trying to trick you into using a not-so-pretty colored loop or we're trying to save you time/effort.
Ok so what do I do?
Swap the coolant out with H20?
I think I'll stick to whats in the loop for now and report back in 12months :cool:
 

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Distilled water only. Check your blocks/pump for buildup anyway. You may be surprised.
 

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Distilled water only. Check your blocks/pump for buildup anyway. You may be surprised.

its true. iv used feaser and it is amazing i love the stuff. but it does infact deposit in the loop. On top of that i absolutely 100% blame the coolent. i mean what else could it be? its not like the acrylic top of the block or the metal. or the rubber hose is just going to disintegrate on its own.....what happens (and binge is right) the chemicals used for the die. over heat and cold makes them sort of seperate. obviously these particles are heavy. and as such deposit. run clear tubing...tell me if it stains. i bet it will. the tubing will stain first. followed by bigger deposits. these are revealed as build up in the rez pump and block surfaces. I am no the only one who will back binge up on this. and its not like feaser or any other died coolent is bad. however this is just the nature of them.
 

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Almost every colored coolant I ever tried caused build-up in my blocks after a few months. I was getting terrible temps on my 6400+, even at stock settings. Here, the pins in the block were completely clogged. I was using a red colored coolant, but I can't remember the brand.

Just use distilled water, and throw a piece of pure silver in your reservoir. Distilled water performs the best anyway.
 

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Almost every colored coolant I ever tried caused build-up in my blocks after a few months. I was getting terrible temps on my 6400+, even at stock settings. Here, the pins in the block were completely clogged. I was using a red colored coolant, but I can't remember the brand.

Just use distilled water, and throw a piece of pure silver in your reservoir. Distilled water performs the best anyway.

i agree with that statement. It may not look as cool but it is best for the loop. :toast:
 

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Almost every colored coolant I ever tried caused build-up in my blocks after a few months. I was getting terrible temps on my 6400+, even at stock settings. Here, the pins in the block were completely clogged. I was using a red colored coolant, but I can't remember the brand.

Just use distilled water, and throw a piece of pure silver in your reservoir. Distilled water performs the best anyway.
Ok, Ok I see Im out numbered on this one. I replaced the coolant with Distilled h20... Is took about 2 liters ow water to flush the system.... as for pure silver... where do I get that?
and why silver? You trying to say silver is acting like a "sacrificial anode"
 

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Ok, Ok I see Im out numbered on this one. I replaced the coolant with Distilled h20... Is took about 2 liters ow water to flush the system.... as for pure silver... where do I get that?
and why silver? You trying to say silver is acting like a "sacrificial anode"

silver will kill bacteria in the water loop. only pure silver will do though
 

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Ok, Ok I see Im out numbered on this one. I replaced the coolant with Distilled h20... Is took about 2 liters ow water to flush the system.... as for pure silver... where do I get that?
and why silver? You trying to say silver is acting like a "sacrificial anode"

PM me and I have some extra. I'll get your some websites if you'd like. Silver molecules will actually attach themselves to the cell walls of single celled organisms/bacteria/algae and the organism chokes to death as it can't eat/breathe/poop with all of it's holes plugged.

I personally use silver (99.999% pure) as electrodes in distilled to make silver colloids instead of making kill coils. Kills any fungus growing in my potted plants pretty quick, and I've never had a growth in my water loops since using it.
 
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