Posted 20 12 2010 by Koral

Hope you find this useful, please leave comments or questions.

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Posted 16 04 2011 by Russ

water enjoys being full of minerals, so when you use demineralised water, it will try to neutralise itsself by leeching minerasl from the components in your loop[copper/aluminium/brass etc..] tap water is fine as long as you use a corrosion inhibitor in the mix

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Posted 25 04 2011 by richsmif

interesting read, i did a loop with a Laing D5 back in 2006, i find water cooling ace but a real pain to work on. Was nice reading yours to catch up developments since yesteryear as im running my PC in the loft now (VERY HOT!).

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Posted 25 04 2011 by richsmif

i use Fesser one liquid rather than water as it non-conductive too. 9 a bottle for 1L, filled my loop fine.

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Posted 06 07 2011 by Yury

i have just orderd this kit only thing that is not the same in my build is my rad i hope i get temps like ur's this made for a great read!!

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Posted 24 09 2011 by Rex251

Great shared experience, thx.

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Posted 25 10 2011 by Alansupra94

Just letting you know, installing the radiator outside is not a good idea. This will cause temperatures to go below 0 and can cause condensation inside of your computer. Since that condensation is moisture in the air, it will be electrically conductive.

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Posted 25 10 2011 by Koral

Thanks Alan,
Its a more complicated and risky setup but there are things to protect against condensation, like isolating tubing, cpu and motherboard area. I've seen someone do this.

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