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Originally Posted by wermad;11693834 
atm, one manufacturer is voiding warranties if using pt.nuke or any similar additive. I suspect others will fallow suit, thus I would recommend henceforth to use distilled + 0.999 silver (ie kill.coil, strip)

That has been canceled at least for now : http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/index.php?mact=News,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01articleid=56&cntnt01returnid=17
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Originally Posted by wermad;11693834 
atm, one manufacturer is voiding warranties if using pt.nuke or any similar additive. I suspect others will fallow suit, thus I would recommend henceforth to use distilled + 0.999 silver (ie kill.coil, strip)

Not necessarily, since PTnuke has a ton of customers, voiding warranty because the use of it would be damaging to the business...
    
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That has been canceled at least for now : http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/index.php?mact=News,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01articleid=56&cntnt01returnid=17

Your link says nothing of canceling or reversing their stand, it says they are investigating. check your facts. this is news to me, though there is still the possibility of their decision standing.
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Not necessarily, since PTnuke has a ton of customers, voiding warranty because the use of it would be damaging to the business...

Possibly why they are further looking into to it and maybe, maybe, reverse their position. I betcha they got a ton of hate mail and petra's may have sent something to defend their product.


Still, since this is still uncertain, silver is still the best way to go, just add and forgot. Not hating on pt.nuke wink.gif


edit: here's ek news quote from the link provided:
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Due to patterns in cracking of reservoir acrylic tube and customers stating using PT NUKE, EK will be thoroughly testing mentioned water additive to find whether PT nuke is causing acrylic to crack.
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Originally Posted by wermad;11694493 
Your link says nothing of canceling or reversing their stand, it says they are investigating. check your facts. this is news to me, though there is still the possibility of their decision standing.

And this is what they previously said so in my opinion this has been canceled at least for now:
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Additives in water loop! - 14/12/2010

We formally inform all customers using PT NUKE (or any other similar aggressive additives) in their water cooling loop that no RMA will be admitted.

Please note that damage to acrylic reservoirs caused by aggressive liquid has distinctive pattern therefor it is easily recognisable.

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