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post #16581 of 16603 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019, 01:30 AM - Thread Starter
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The new stock of X1 is in our store. Other retails may have to sell their stock first. Old stock of other products will have to sell before we replace with current products. It's a time-consuming thing to replace all stock all at one go.

Concentrates also will take longer to make as the factory line will need recalibrating per switch.

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post #16582 of 16603 (permalink) Old 08-11-2019, 09:32 AM
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Why is it every time I order new coolant something new drops right after? Few years back ordered X1, XT1-Nuke drops about a week later. Ordered some more XT1-Nuke last week, now we have all these new updated coolants released.
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how is it i still run into folks that don't understand that silver isn't all you need in your loop.

to quote someone that questioned me for saying "please don't run pure distilled for long periods of time" & bashing solutions that don't address anything but organic growth.

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Hi, thanks for the advice.


FYI, it was my understanding that silver in a loop acts as a biocide (numerous papers on the Internet support this).


So the devil was in the detail when I wrote you


"with a very small amount of silver (which is not continuously in contact with the water, I think this is very important)."


Not being continually in the water, means the chance of reaction with impurity the different metals are greatly reduced.


That being said, im in agreement that as there are now viable options for providing this protection (Mayhems) that its up to the user to decide if they want to handle the ins and outs of doing this, or manually maintaining a fine balance of silver content in the loop.
at least this fellow mentions the light @ the end of the convo.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
saying "please don't run pure distilled for long periods of time"
I have tested this on a bench build. It was filled with demineralized water and nothing else over one year agoIt still runs well and without a problem. There is no growth, no change of color, transparency or anything. In all fairness, all the components were brand new and the bottle was sealed before filling.
With that being said, I don't recommend using pure distilled either, only because it's not worth the increased risk, What I did was a test, out of curiosity, it happened to have great results, but it's not a rule.

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If you run pure distilled water the PC must not be in direct sunlight and if you have copper CPU or GPU block or copper piping (not plated) this will create its own biocide. The only thing missing is inhibitor but regular maintenance will also be good for the system.

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I rather not tempt fate & just do it right the first time. My first few loops were with the classics (utopia, dead water, etc) n it just must be too warm down here in florida for them to work properly.

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Yeh as said it can be done but it can all mess up easily. . Just being honest.

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Just got the pro kit yesterday and i was wondering about the instructions that came with the cleaning kit say 50 ml of #1 and 950 distilled water the bottle label says 250ml #1 and 750ml distilled water.

I am trying to get this waterblock cleaned.
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Not a rep, but i'd go with the bottle labeling.

everything else is added after the fact, but that label goes on via a computer driven filling/sealing/labeling system.

they did change the ratios at some point, not too long ago. It doesn't surprise me that things would get mixed up somewhere along the way, between his shop in Europe, & whatever vendor you picked it up from.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
Not a rep, but i'd go with the bottle labeling.

everything else is added after the fact, but that label goes on via a computer driven filling/sealing/labeling system.

they did change the ratios at some point, not too long ago. It doesn't surprise me that things would get mixed up somewhere along the way, between his shop in Europe, & whatever vendor you picked it up from.

Yeah thats what i did followed the bottle took the entire bottle to clean 3 radiators.


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