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Yeah I ask since I've worked in auto service for over four years. Thus I can't get over the fact that, no coolant, and distilled water instead of deionized water etc. But I think we're comparing different blocks and temperature dissipation rates. Deionized water is just so much cheaper than actually buying distilled from a wc store like dazmode.
IMO, DI water is best used when mixed with coolants or PH buffers. Distilled is easier for most to obtain though. I use DI since I have my own RO/DI system and can check the PH and TDS with my meters.
     
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IMO, DI water is best used when mixed with coolants or PH buffers. Distilled is easier for most to obtain though. I use DI since I have my own RO/DI system and can check the PH and TDS with my meters.
Sadly over here it's the opposite. Distilled is rare and expensive, de-ionized is the norm.
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Distilled water is non-conductive and bacteria free which is why it's used so often around electrical devices.

AND... Mineral free! Less deposits inside the loop.
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Can i use sea water or river water in the loop???

Its free and it came from mother nature
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No matter what you do, water will become conductive by being in contact with metals. Pure water is very aggressive in most cases and will never stay pure in a water loop.
     
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You could use them all in one loop, just place rads in-between your CPU/GPUs. I run the Pump>CPU>RX360>GPUs>RX360>Res.
What kind of temps do you get? I'll never have a set up like that, but I am curious since it seems like such a large heat load.
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can i use sea water or river water in the loop???

Its free and it came from mother nature
lmao
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I just received my RX360 kit. However, I had noticed some damage on the radiator fin and channel. Should I go ahead and install or have the rad replaced? I really don't want to ship back and wait for another rad.

Here is a picture of my rad.




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Can i use sea water or river water in the loop???

Its free and it came from mother nature
You can do whatever you want, it doesn't mean you should though
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Can i use sea water or river water in the loop???

Its free and it came from mother nature
sure, if you want mutant fish eggs hatching in your res
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