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amazing how it cleans as well!
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I'm wondering if this coolant is slightly abrasive. If it's the small particles scrubbing or polishing the metal parts in the loop. It's got me wondering how the polished acrylic parts of my loop will handle this coolant over time?
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If you want to try the VUE, get enough for one fill and see what it does in 4-6 months. It's not going to eat through your acrylic in that time.

Then decide whether or not you want to keep using it.
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curious if one bottle would be enough for a normal cpu gpu loop with a small res.
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curious if one bottle would be enough for a normal cpu gpu loop with a small res.
With my set up I would need 2 bottles because 900ml is not enough I need exactly 1 litre mad.gif
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With my set up I would need 2 bottles because 900ml is not enough I need exactly 1 litre mad.gif

the loop in your picture by chance? Big res? two gpu?

I ordered one and now think I should have ordered two rolleyes.gif
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the loop in your picture by chance? Big res? two gpu?

I ordered one and now think I should have ordered two rolleyes.gif
Yes, 2 GPU's, 2 Radiators, relatively small pump res combo smile.gif
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I'm wondering if this coolant is slightly abrasive. If it's the small particles scrubbing or polishing the metal parts in the loop. It's got me wondering how the polished acrylic parts of my loop will handle this coolant over time?

For it to be cleaning it would have to be somewhat abrasive. The cleaning part does slightly concern me, is it the abrasive that is cleaning or does the product contain some form of a detergent in it to clean as it works. Abrasive could potentially lead to PETG tubing issues and such as soft as that stuff is, I was fully on board and so happy about this product but the $$ to in loop time is silly for the average gamer running this stuff. Don't get me wrong within like 3 months I had change loop color like 3 times so I do change but knowing openly that I only have 4-6months is a bit worrisome. We also don't have any data on temps with this fluid. Anyone getting this stuff and running it please keep the forum posted of concerns and just general over all thoughts.

Hands down tho the stuff is beautiful!!! thumb.gif
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For it to be cleaning it would have to be somewhat abrasive. The cleaning part does slightly concern me, is it the abrasive that is cleaning or does the product contain some form of a detergent in it to clean as it works. Abrasive could potentially lead to PETG tubing issues and such as soft as that stuff is, I was fully on board and so happy about this product but the $$ to in loop time is silly for the average gamer running this stuff. Don't get me wrong within like 3 months I had change loop color like 3 times so I do change but knowing openly that I only have 4-6months is a bit worrisome. We also don't have any data on temps with this fluid. Anyone getting this stuff and running it please keep the forum posted of concerns and just general over all thoughts.

Hands down tho the stuff is beautiful!!! thumb.gif

who said it only can be in for 4-6 months?
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