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Im going to start a mini-project this week; to try to remount the rad on the top, and drill holes so that my tubing will be shorter. I have half a gallon of Hydrx/Water/Pt_nuke left. My question is, should I use that, or go with feser, PC utopia, etc?
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I would just finish up the hydrx solution. After that I would then mix up a custom pento G10 mix
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I would just finish up the hydrx solution. After that I would then mix up a custom pento G10 mix
So the feser/utopia isnt much better? Also, which of these fits easily over 1/2 Dtek high flows:

http://jab-tech.com/ClearFLEX-60-Tub...D-pr-2431.html

http://jab-tech.com/ClearFLEX-60-Tub...D-pr-2829.html
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So the feser/utopia isnt much better? Also, which of these fits easily over 1/2 Dtek high flows:

http://jab-tech.com/ClearFLEX-60-Tub...D-pr-2431.html

http://jab-tech.com/ClearFLEX-60-Tub...D-pr-2829.html
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There's no real need to use PT Nuke with HydrX. HydrX is also a biocide.

When it comes to a lube, anti-corrosive, and biocide, then:
HydrX=(PT Nuke + pentosin)=Liquid Utopia when added to distilled water

As for pre-mixed all-in-ones, I don't ever recall reading anything negative about PC ICE. Not sure I can say that about any of the others.
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I'd use what you have its as good as any and better then a lot of them...Have you ever seen these? They are the best links on the net for WC'ing coolants I think, great stuff, I re-read them every couple of months and still get something new out of them just about every time....

..PC Water Coolant Chemistry - Part I

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