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What kind u feser UV fluid is better on UV light...

Red?blue? Or acid green..

What do u guys prefer??i got black interior and black and red motherboard..
Don't over pay for fluid that will clog your blocks and you will have to replace a lot, spend the money on uv tubing from primochill and use just distilled water.
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I have searched and searched but I am unable to come up with an answer.

Is the TIM that comes with this kit any good? Reason I ask, and a long story short is I have a removed waterblock, empty tube of GC-extreme (didn't check to see if it was empty before I removed the block...), and arctic silver 5 and the TIM that comes with the rasa kit to choose from. Which should I use?
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post #3993 of 13773
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I have searched and searched but I am unable to come up with an answer.

Is the TIM that comes with this kit any good? Reason I ask, and a long story short is I have a removed waterblock, empty tube of GC-extreme (didn't check to see if it was empty before I removed the block...), and arctic silver 5 and the TIM that comes with the rasa kit to choose from. Which should I use?
The tim isn't bad, but I wouldn't call it really good.
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I have searched and searched but I am unable to come up with an answer.

Is the TIM that comes with this kit any good? Reason I ask, and a long story short is I have a removed waterblock, empty tube of GC-extreme (didn't check to see if it was empty before I removed the block...), and arctic silver 5 and the TIM that comes with the rasa kit to choose from. Which should I use?
AS5. Hands down. I have no clue what TIM is included with the kit.
post #3995 of 13773
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AS5. Hands down. I have no clue what TIM is included with the kit.
I just got finished installing the block with the AS5 and man.... it sucks. I am seeing ~4c higher temps folding the same WU as I was with the GC-extreme. And this is with slightly lower ambient due to my computer not pumping heat into my room for the last hour. And.... my loops water has not even had a chance to stabilize, I'd bet the loop stabilizing while negate any "break in" the AS5 is spose to have.

I am going to remount, and if I see the same results.... dare I say it... I will give the rasa kit stuff a try.

Be right back, going to remount and order some more GC-extreme.
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all good this is my setup it goes pump rad block block res

Nice
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post #3997 of 13773
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I just got finished installing the block with the AS5 and man.... it sucks. I am seeing ~4c higher temps folding the same WU as I was with the GC-extreme. And this is with slightly lower ambient due to my computer not pumping heat into my room for the last hour. And.... my loops water has not even had a chance to stabilize, I'd bet the loop stabilizing while negate any "break in" the AS5 is spose to have.

I am going to remount, and if I see the same results.... dare I say it... I will give the rasa kit stuff a try.

Be right back, going to remount and order some more GC-extreme.
AS5 work after 10days also........
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AS5 work after 10days also........
Huh?

If you mean break in, I know there is a 200 hour break in with AS5. In the 15 years that I have built computers I have always been OBSESSED with lowering temps. I used AS5 exclusively up until I discovered GC-Extreme a few years back, and I never noticed a temp lowering break in with AS5.
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Yeah, I think it takes 45 days or something like that for AS5 to cure. I used Tuniq TX4 and there is no curing time. Used it for CPU and GPU's and temps are pretty good. I spread a really thin coat(like the directions) then put a bead in the center. It was like $14 from the egg but still have alot left after spreading CPU and 2 GPU cores.
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Huh?

If you mean break in, I know there is a 200 hour break in with AS5. In the 15 years that I have built computers I have always been OBSESSED with lowering temps. I used AS5 exclusively up until I discovered GC-Extreme a few years back, and I never noticed a temp lowering break in with AS5.
I have. I use AS5. At first temps are a normal, after a while you see them go down. Never see any problems with AS5 here.
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