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Quote: Originally Posted by michaelrw View Post
im not particularly concerned by any one thing, but rather the use of coolants/dyes/etc as a whole (anything other than water) is something i want to be careful of, just because of the potentially-negative side effects (that ive seen posted all around the net for quite a while). So.. yes blockage would be bad, but i have no specific reason to be concerned about it.. if that make sense.
Also, with my build being black and white.. really the only option Ive ever given serious thought to is the white color. which is a shame because it seems to have a bad reputation. I should investigate the options and look for ongoing product support threads that might give me some insight into how things go awry
White fluid is always opaque. Your best option would be Mayhems pastel white since it's the most reliable opaque coolant. Also use the Blitz kit to clean your rads and loop if you haven't done so.
And if you just want to use clear fluid, Mayhems Inhibitor+ and Biocide+ is what I would use in my loop.

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