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Feser One for me - quick, easy and looks good
qft
i have it as well and i love it
it dropped my temps with 3c at load (upgraded it from ThermalTake water)
and it is green just insane
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post #12 of 25
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so basically i can use this
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=22684
instead of the pentosin and add some PT Nuke to it? Also is this feser product used with distilled water or by itself?
Edited by mrlulley - 6/5/08 at 7:35am
post #13 of 25
By itself but you can dilute it with distilled water if you want...

Alternatively they make a dye:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=21726

Which you can mix with a corrosion blocker:

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=23352

And distilled water That would probably go a lot further too.
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post #14 of 25
Distilled H20, a few drops of PT nuke and some blue pentosin for UV. The less the better. Distilled gives the best performance and is the cheapest. (yes, feser one comes close, but why spend $20 a liter (or whatever it is) when you can get a gasllon of distilled for a few bucks)
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post #15 of 25
A gallon of distilled is 68 cents where I am
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Have you checked your blocks? After running one of my loops with just hydrx, I got a crap load of green gunk built up in my blocks.
I wonder why it did that to you? I've used it quite a few times with NP..If you don't clean your loop out real well when you add a new coolant it can react with the residue from your previous coolant...You can get all kinds of weird reactions...I've seen it snow in my loop before.....And it was a pain to get all that crap out to, it was real gummy...

If I don't tear it all the way down to clean it and put on new tubing I'll run 10% white vinegar and 90% distilled in my loop for a hour or two, then 2 or 3 rinses with just distilled for an hour or so each...
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post #17 of 25
I have to say that Feser has not been good to me.
First loop I had it pulled the plasticizer out of the hose!! not good.
Im sticking to distilled water + Primochill liquid utopia.
Is it worth adding a couple of drops of PT Nuke?

Just bought a 6 1/2 gallon bottle of Distilled water should last a while.
Again is it worth putting some PT nuke in the bottle? Keep the bugs at bay.
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post #19 of 25
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I have to say that Feser has not been good to me.
First loop I had it pulled the plasticizer out of the hose!! not good.
Im sticking to distilled water + Primochill liquid utopia.
Is it worth adding a couple of drops of PT Nuke?

Just bought a 6 1/2 gallon bottle of Distilled water should last a while.
Again is it worth putting some PT nuke in the bottle? Keep the bugs at bay.
Yes. I add 5 drops per gallon of distilled. Keeps algae from forming in your loop.
post #20 of 25
I'm currently running Distilled H2O with a few drops of Biocide (PT Nuke). I've tried several dies but they all tend to stain the tubing (and in some cases the blocks) and lose UV activeness. I'm looking into getting some UV active colored tubing.
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