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Anyone has used CoolLab LiquidCoolantPro? Is it ok?

post #1 of 5
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So, is CoolLab LiquidCoolantPro ok?

Oh yes, and I have read here and everywhere else that you shouldn't use dyes cause they make baby Jesus cry and so on but I don't have a silver coil at the moment (since the guys at frozen CPU forgot to include it on my ordered package even though I payed for it mad.gif ) and I don't live in the US so it will take forever to get one (here in Japan the "water cooling community" seems to believe that silver will cause galvanic corrosion if mixed with other metals rolleyes.gif, so they don't use and you can't find it anywhere...I know, I know).

That dye + anti-corrosive fluid is one of the best choices available.

They also have Koolance LIQ fluyds (seems like Koolance pretty much dominates the market here) and Thermaltaket's green goo thing.

Will this thing clog up my loop in a week or can I use it safely for an year or so?
post #2 of 5
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No one has used this thing?!
post #3 of 5
Its ethyl glycol based. Nothing special about it its just a standard coolant with loads of marketing hype.
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I am also interested in mayhem's concentrated dye but I can't find it here in Japan. frown.gif
post #5 of 5
were a UK based company you can contact us at www.mayhems.co.uk
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