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I am new to watercooling, and I am soon getting my first kit. I was planning on getting the Rasa x240, and a Danger Den gtx 470 waterblock with copper base http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...l=g30c311s1174 With these metals in mind, and I am planning to use this Coolant: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/70...tl=g30c337s887 Exactly what additives would I need to use to not cause me any problems? the Rasa comes with a free kill coil by the way.
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That's a steep price for distilled water. It seems odd that it would be so acidic. I personally would stay away from it, seems to me like it is just fancy marketing for an overpriced bottle of water.

Most would say kill coil is enough, sometimes additives are used although they can be linked to gunk forming inside your waterblocks. I don't exactly have a lot of water cooling experience so I am not quite sure what the general consensus is on that front.
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