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Originally Posted by bobcool
yes, you can use a fill port instead of a resivor, but the less watter in the system the higher the temps.
That is wrong. There isn't going to be a degree difference. Once your computer has been running for long enough the water will level out to be the same temp. It takes longer to heat up, but that's where the difference stops.

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Originally Posted by Some_Idiot2
Bleh, water wetter stains everything it touches, and it smells like crap.
You should get DD MCT-40, it is said to be the best at conducting heat, and it's UV reactive!
MCT-5 beats MCT-40...even the manufacture says this. Many reviews I have seen say MCT-5 gets about 1-2C lower then water at load and it's about 1-2C higher at idle. The only reason you would use MCT-40 over MCT-5 is that MCT-40 freezes at -40C and MCT-5 freezes at -5C. Remember a higher number doesn't mean its better. Read up on stuff before buying and posting info on the forums.
    
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