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post #11 of 14 Old 04-26-2006, 05:34 AM - Thread Starter
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anyways, a little off topic with that...
http://www.frozencpu.com/ex-wat-86.html
thats it, and from what i can tell the only other thing i need is some anti-corrosion fluid...
anybody have any suggestions as to what kind i should get and such?

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the bigwater already comes with coolant but it is very poor quality...it goes stale within a few weeks with chunks of mould....i recommend the coolermaster blue thermal conductivity fluid, model number: SAG-K01-U2....it is very high quality coolant and still looks good in the kit

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http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=63&page=1
Non-Conductive, Non-corrosive.

Best stuff around as far as what I've used. They also make a -40C style, but Im pretty sure -5C is good enough for conventianal Liquid Cooling.

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the bigwater already comes with coolant but it is very poor quality...it goes stale within a few weeks with chunks of mould....i recommend the coolermaster blue thermal conductivity fluid, model number: SAG-K01-U2....it is very high quality coolant and still looks good in the kit
I have been running my TT Big Water SE kit 24/7 for the last 12 weeks and the coolant quality is still excellent. I have the exact same temps I had when I first installed the kit.
Granted, you cannot keep using the same coolant forever. I'd change it every 6 months or so but I haven't noticed any deterioration yet.

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