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Performance and Cleaning Cycle

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Together with bi-distilled water for good heat dissipation and keep clean cycle as an additive should I use for protection? At first I thought to use colored additives, but now I'm not sure
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I'd stay away from color additives because they can gunk up your waterblocks, some PT Nuke is ideal.
post #3 of 5
Don't need anything but a few drops of biocide. Can use dye if you want more maintenance
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Thank you for the info thumb.gif I think I'll use Primoflex Advanced Primochill LRT UV Blue + Distilled water + Biocide
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just remember, the uv blue tubing looks purple when it isnt lit by the uv lights
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