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    Liquid Coolant

    Hi

    I want to change the liquid coolant, actualy I have Feser One, but it leaves deposits in the long

    between the liquid Acomputer, EK Waterblock and Koolance, which would be best?

    thanks
    Sorry for my english

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    Distilled water and silver coils.
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    I want a liquid "ready to use" and blue

    between its 3, which is better?

    thanks
    Sorry for my english

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    I have heard good things about Mayhems. But I believe thats a dye that you add to the water...

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    Additives, dyes, etc clog up your rad and block. Distilled water and silver coils after a good clean out with a half water half vinegar solution. Then rinse with distilled water. You want pretty colors, get colored tubing.
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    +1 on coloured tubing.

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    Here is some Mayhems mixed with Ice Dragon..Mayhem also has a pastel color range..

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...-six-fiddy-dee
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    Quote Originally Posted by relttem View Post
    Here is some Mayhems mixed with Ice Dragon..Mayhem also has a pastel color range..

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...-six-fiddy-dee
    thanks for the advice

    to me (in French and German stores, that I know) there are only Aquacomputer, Koolance, EK Waterblock, Promochill of liquid coolant
    I do not want colored tubing, I have more than 5 feet of clear Tygon

    I ask those who know what is the best between the Koolance and Aquacomputer and EK Waterblock (the one that leaves the least amount of deposits)
    Sorry for my english

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    Mayhems ships world wide and we all so sell in Germany, France and all of Europe

    http://www.highflow.nl
    http://www.it-service.be
    http://www.aquatuning.de

    All hold our ranges.

    How ever to be more precise and to answer your question ive tested EK cooling fluids and had no problems with them so far. The Red coolant is a little strong on the dye side and will stain your system given time how ever this is normal with "all" red coolants that are UV active (due to the nature of the UV Red additive). The rest of there range is relay good value for money. Koolance is a little more expensive but again works well and does what it supposed to with no problems.

    I have never tested aqua computer fluids so really cannot comment on there fluids at all.

    Promochill fluids avoid ..... they make really good tubing though.

    Hope this helps.

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    thanks for your feedback

    Indeed, there is "mayhem" in Aquatuning, but not of blue that I like, I will test the Koolance or EK Waterblock (blue), according to your feedback, it would be good

    thanks ├:banana: lot
    Sorry for my english

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