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crap, now I really want a silver Stinger block. Imagine what that could do
I think we're on to something here.....lets try and keep this a secret
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post #12 of 27
Don't use a combination of aluminium and copper parts in your loop though.

Apparently it does funny things with the metals. Some sciencey type thing with electrons and bla bla bla.

Yeah, just use copper stuff.

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maybe you could take copper and grind it into dust and release it into your cooling fluid, better heat dissapation everywhere!
Lol, would erode the pump impeller within a week or 2.
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post #13 of 27
lol, I can't imaging all the problems you'd have with that..getting into your pump and everything.

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post #14 of 27
yea its weird, I forgot what the reaction is, something like the copper or aluminum stealing electrons from one another. idk all I know its a big no-no.
    
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post #15 of 27
i was being sarcastics, but ok.
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I stuck a highlighter in my loop, yay for weird yellowish green glow!
    
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I'm not watercooling yet but maybe in a few years the prices will drop and there will be a fool proof way not to have leaks. Then people will go water cooling.
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post #18 of 27
aluminum goes crazy and erodes when there is any sign of copper around

thats why nobody makes aluminum blocks, well exept like koolance and stuff but they coat it with gold which is stupid casue cold isnt very good at being thermally conductive
    
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post #19 of 27
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I'm not watercooling yet but maybe in a few years the prices will drop and there will be a fool proof way not to have leaks. Then people will go water cooling.
Take a look at the kit in my sig.

Fool proof? Never. Idiots can screw up air too. That's how we weed out the weak.

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aluminum goes crazy and erodes when there is any sign of copper around

thats why nobody makes aluminum blocks, well exept like koolance and stuff but they coat it with gold which is stupid casue cold isnt very good at being thermally conductive
BUT IT'S 24K GOLD!!! *said in the PS3 "it's the future" voice*
    
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Take a look at the kit in my sig.

Fool proof? Never. Idiots can screw up air too. That's how we weed out the weak.
LOL
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