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I have been told gordesky1 that mixing metals is bad, and will be replacing my aluminium rad with copper asap, just go full copper and you're covered, the extra cost is nowhere near replacing the whole system sooner.
That is if you intend the system to remain un-upgraded for more than 3-5 years smile.gif
    
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Originally Posted by BakerMan1971 View Post

I have been told gordesky1 that mixing metals is bad, and will be replacing my aluminium rad with copper asap, just go full copper and you're covered, the extra cost is nowhere near replacing the whole system sooner.
That is if you intend the system to remain un-upgraded for more than 3-5 years smile.gif


Does that still apply if i change the water and flush every 3 to 6 months? Would at least like to get some used out of this rad with my copper one than when i can get another copper i change it out.
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Using the stock coolant (which by smell contains a lot of n-ene glycol) you should be free of corrosion for years. On regular distilled, yes you should probably flush it often.
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What Dyson Poindexter said.

I am starting to lean towards a full custom kit anyway, I knew I would get bitten by the bug smile.gif
    
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I have this unit also changed the rad from 240 to a 360 rad which is easy refilled the unit checked for leaks before putting it back in the case and its spot on temps are fine but if ya want to put dye in I wouldn't bother just use colours tubeing it saves a lot of messing about
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I have this unit also changed the rad from 240 to a 360 rad which is easy refilled the unit checked for leaks before putting it back in the case and its spot on temps are fine but if ya want to put dye in I wouldn't bother just use colours tubeing it saves a lot of messing about

not that i water cool but still have an interest - that makes great sense thumb.gif
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I have this unit also changed the rad from 240 to a 360 rad which is easy refilled the unit checked for leaks before putting it back in the case and its spot on temps are fine but if ya want to put dye in I wouldn't bother just use colours tubeing it saves a lot of messing about


Whats the temp difference you get from 240mm to 360? Im looking to add a 360mm or even try 2 240mms sense im getting a core x9 cube case so pretty much i can load that thing up lol
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post #278 of 533
Im thinking of grabbing another R9 290/290x and a second 240MM Rad and adding the GPU's into the loop.

Im guessing i will need to add a Pump/Res combo as the stock pump won't be strong enough.
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I think you could be right there
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they say the bigger the rad the better cooling you get others might disagree but I change mine and it does help abit
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