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just received a sealed bottle of faser one cooling fluid and shining a light threw the bottle i can see it has crap floating in it.. dosent look like solid debris but more like little bits of wet tissue paper. i haven't opened it up to inspect it further but want to know if this is normal or what??? its blue and uv reactive if that helps.. thanks
post #2 of 12
That's why 90% of people on this forum use distilled water and either biocide or a silver coil.

And the bits are probably the dye that has coagulated.
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That's why 90% of people on this forum use distilled water and either biocide or a silver coil.

And the bits are probably the dye that has coagulated.
yeah i know distilled water is a good way to go but im more water cooling for the look and not performance. so the uv stuff is better for me. and i didn't want uv tubing..

will the coagulated bits dissipate or **** up my system?
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yeah i know distilled water is a good way to go but im more water cooling for the look and not performance. so the uv stuff is better for me. and i didn't want uv tubing..

will the coagulated bits dissipate or **** up my system?
Yes, they will "**** up my system".

The little bits get stuck in your waterblocks and reduce performance. Example. If you want color, buy some colored tubing.
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And that dye will continue to do the same thing inside your loop, even once you have the current lumps filtered out. It will leave junk all round the loop, specially inside blocks, and it will probably stain your tubing too... UV tubing is the way to go.
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Well I need to put this fluid in now... any way, so do you think just filtering it will be fine? Can anyone els confirm wether I just got a bad batch or do they all come with crap like this
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Well I need to put this fluid in now... any way, so do you think just filtering it will be fine? Can anyone els confirm wether I just got a bad batch or do they all come with crap like this
I'd RMA it.. lol...
Maybe get your money back?
I certainly wouldn't put that in my loop. It's just a headache waiting to happen.
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Well I need to put this fluid in now... any way, so do you think just filtering it will be fine? Can anyone els confirm wether I just got a bad batch or do they all come with crap like this
I'd imagine this would happen to most if they sit for a while, you were just the lucky one to get one of them.
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Its the UV DYE many people use powder addertive to create the UV effect the only problem is when heated and cooled it has a habbit of returning to its origonal form
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yeah i know distilled water is a good way to go but im more water cooling for the look and not performance. so the uv stuff is better for me. and i didn't want uv tubing..

will the coagulated bits dissipate or **** up my system?
even if you're doing it for the look only, you should still care about the loop getting clogged up and such over time, or you're just going to cause problems for yourself later on. distilled water with coloured tubing and a killcoil is the least maintenance heavy way to go
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