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post #11 of 14
Color additives are not even recomended
The ONLY way would be a strictly visual loop without any block's


But that would be point less as water cooling is exspensive and becomes very
addictive
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post #12 of 14
there is some blocks that have no pins or fins, it is just a streight flow up and down a few times then out.
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post #13 of 14
Not only would it clog up somewhere in the system it would damage components (pump) As it's made by using glass/plastic, it will have a similar effect of the ash cloud particles on a Jet engine (just on a smaller scale)

EDIT - This is what I think would happen, not what WILL happen, I could be wrong of course
Edited by Sast - 5/26/10 at 12:00am
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post #14 of 14
I'm new to water cooling systems and I haven't experienced on making one yet. but I have done numerous learning and google instead to be able to find what I need.

Based on my research, Glitters will definitely have issues on the long run (blockage) but maybe this can be your permanent solution.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17691/ex-liq-272/Mayhems_Aurora_Coolant_Concentrate_-_250mL_-_Nebula_Blue.html?tl=g30c103

You can watch their video here.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3-LPGA4hpM&feature=player_embedded

(I didn't use audio to watch this but from what I see on the concept is it makes this glittery effect by which you can also see the water flow.)

Also if you are using Tube type water storage (i think they call it the reservoirs) you may want this as well.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11441/ex-tub-705/IandH_Silver_KillCoils_-_Antimicrobial_999_Fine_Silver_Tubing_Reservoir_Strip.html?tl=g30c103s1676

I'm new to this board, and I just quickly wanted to post on this thread to see if i can help out or not. I want to learn more about modding PC, overclocking and water cooling. sorry if I broke any rules in the board,.

Hope it helps.

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