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Originally Posted by lauboi View Post
im trying to mod a freezone with a rad is that possible? or would the stock pump be too weak? thanks in advance , dave

I threw a Swiftech MCR220 QP RES inline with a Freezone because I had to replace a leaking line on the Freezone anyway. It didn't do anything to the temperatures. This is on an E8400 OC'd to 4.25 GHz. It idles at 48°C, but the temp sensor may be off. The extra plumbing & radiator didn't drop the temperature.
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OCZ RevoDrive3  LG BR burner EK full board waterblock, EK Supremecy, MCP655 ... W7 x64 
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post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) View Post
huh .. so you want to ad a radiator in line ? or watercool the hot side of the tec's ?

if your trying to put a copper radiator in line with the aluminium everything else ( im told its made of aluminium) you might as well save time and through yours system in the bin now ..
People act as if when you mix copper with aluminum your pc explodes

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Both blocks have been throughly cleaned. They have been soaked in vineager, toothpasted brushed, and acetone cleaned multiple times. One waterblock was used for a few years in a copper only loop. The other block was used with aluminum for a few years. Can you guess which is which?
He said a few YEARS, and he did not specify if there were any performance losses. Im not saying that mixing it is a good idea, but sheesh.

And if im not mistaken , corrosion can be removed by

1/ Boiling hot water first
2 / Baking soda all over the terminals 10 minutes later
3/ More boiling hot water 24 Hrs later
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