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what you want is Zerex Super Coolant. the bottle looks like what's in this pic, over to the bottom left



I know you can get it off danger den's website... I'll google and see what I can find.

oh, and that little bottle in the bag w/ the zerex is some frozencpu blue uv dye

here's some stores that showed up on google:
http://www.dangerdenstore.com/product.php?productid=77
http://www.cooltechnica.com/Merchant...Code=Zerex-RSC
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=2734
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post #72 of 178
the blue uv dye looks clearish under regular light, but this is what it looks like under uv light



and mixed w/ zerex:



hope this answers your questions
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post #73 of 178
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Originally Posted by soloz2
what you want is Zerex Super Coolant. the bottle looks like what's in this pic, over to the bottom left



I know you can get it off danger den's website... I'll google and see what I can find.

oh, and that little bottle in the bag w/ the zerex is some frozencpu blue uv dye

here's some stores that showed up on google:
http://www.dangerdenstore.com/product.php?productid=77
http://www.cooltechnica.com/Merchant...Code=Zerex-RSC
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=2734
that looks familiar lol.. is water wetter or zerex best btw?
post #74 of 178
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that looks familiar lol.. is water wetter or zerex best btw?

gee... I wonder why...

umm... well some people claim water wetter, but I've heard lots of problems w/ it as it gunks up your stuff and leaves a slimy residue
I've even heard that it eats at arcylic (don't know if it's true..)
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gee... I wonder why...

umm... well some people claim water wetter, but I've heard lots of problems w/ it as it gunks up your stuff and leaves a slimy residue
I've even heard that it eats at arcylic (don't know if it's true..)
No, I use ww and have a arcylic res.
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post #76 of 178
It's sticky, smells bad, and stains. No fun to work with. There are better alternatives to WW IMO. Cosworth coolant doesn't smell bad, but you still have the staining issue as the blue it rather intense. The risk is only with the concentrate though as when it is diluted, it doesn't seem to stain as bad.
    
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the blue uv dye looks clearish under regular light, but this is what it looks like under uv light
That is stellar looking!! Imma get some of that uv dye, when I get mine going.
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Ok, I got all my stuff today, I am almoast finished, now I need to cut the tubing. Is this ok?




I put the stock heatsink on, cause I didnt feel like putting the big one on for a day. I am ussualy a lot better at graphics, but I am using a touch pad on a laptop, guess why?
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It's sticky, smells bad, and stains. No fun to work with. There are better alternatives to WW IMO. Cosworth coolant doesn't smell bad, but you still have the staining issue as the blue it rather intense. The risk is only with the concentrate though as when it is diluted, it doesn't seem to stain as bad.
I don't understand

It's sticky- who cares if you spill it's your falt, if it gunks up your system it's because you didn't dilute it properly.

It smells- if you can't handle 20min tops exposure to it your a wimp. It's not like the smell can leave your loop and stink up the room. Once it's in thats it no more smell.

It stains- once agian if your spilled it it's because you did something wrong.

ww is a fine product used properly
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I don't understand

It's sticky- who cares if you spill it's your falt, if it gunks up your system it's because you didn't dilute it properly.

It smells- if you can't handle 20min tops exposure to it your a wimp. It's not like the smell can leave your loop and stink up the room. Once it's in thats it no more smell.

It stains- once agian if your spilled it it's because you did something wrong.

ww is a fine product used properly

even when diluted properly eventually it will gunk your loop up because that's what it does.

I'll give you the point on smell

it stains your tubing... bad if you want clear tubing or a different color

yes, ww works as it is supposed to, but there are products that many think are better




and for your loop... looking at what you have it should probably go something like this:
this is the normal setup
res > pump > rad > cpu > res
but for you, this might work better and have less tubing
res > pump > cpu > rad > res
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