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Is the silver + nickel thing a myth?

 

Going by this list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galvanic_corrosion

 

There's even less difference between nickel and silver than copper and silver...but everyone uses silver kills with copper loops without question. If anything, nickel would be even safer with a kill coil, no?

 

I'm not very big on chemistry though.

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"Safe" is a corrosion inhibiting coolant. here's a few examples:
http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_x_7020021-P_x_x?cm_mmc=ACQ-_-Google-_-enhancedRM-_-7020021&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=7020021&ci_gpa=pla&ci_kw={keyword}&gclid=CKmrlpOg7bMCFcxcMgodaF8AtA#utm_source=acq&utm_medium=google&utm_campaign=enhancedrm&utm_content=7020021
Peak_LL_50-50-2011.jpg

http://koolance.com/index.php?route=product/category&path=58
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they even have a low conductivity coolant for the über-paranoid.
 
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Originally Posted by kweechy View Post

Is the silver + nickel thing a myth?

Going by this list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galvanic_corrosion

There's even less difference between nickel and silver than copper and silver...but everyone uses silver kills with copper loops without question. If anything, nickel would be even safer with a kill coil, no?

I'm not very big on chemistry though.

If you are already thinking about galvanic, then just use this stuff, instead

http://www.petrastechshop.com/peptpcobi1.html

It is a loop coolant addative, petra's stuff is some of the best. Dont use silver if you can avoid it, everyones loops are different and you will get alot of responses from both sides of the fence about it, but better safe then sorry, especially since you are using EK products.

*Edit, what fans are you using? Your fan controller can only handle 10 watts per channel, will it be able to handle all your fans? How are you controlling your pump?
Edited by NimbleJack - 11/26/12 at 4:22pm
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The pump has a built in controller, but with the dual sockets, GPU block and a 480 rad...it will likely just be running 12V at all times.

 

I'll find a link to the fans I own, I hadn't considered that the fan controller wouldn't handle them:

 

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=3142

 

Input power looks to be under 6.5W so that should be safe. Anyone have any experience with how well these fans perform?

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I'll find a link to the fans I own, I hadn't considered that the fan controller wouldn't handle them:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=3142

Input power looks to be under 6.5W so that should be safe. Anyone have any experience with how well these fans perform?

=S um, unless you are only planning to run 4 fans, each on their own channel i think you may need a beefier controller...
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=S um, unless you are only planning to run 4 fans, each on their own channel i think you may need a beefier controller...

I actually did just want it for the radiator fans, but I was under the impression that I needed one knob per fan...sigh.

 

Next time I'll do better.

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post #37 of 37
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=S um, unless you are only planning to run 4 fans, each on their own channel i think you may need a beefier controller...
I actually did just want it for the radiator fans, but I was under the impression that I needed one knob per fan...sigh.

Next time I'll do better.

You did fine, that'll work out okay. Most people like to keep all the fans on one component tied to one knob, just so they don't have to adjust a whole bunch of knobs. Even then, wattage needs to be kept in mind and you have to split everything up accordingly.

Those 4 fans on that controller is just fine.
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