Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by locutus12, 25 May 2006.
Answers on a post card addressed to Rolph Harris Please.
distilled water and that alone ideally...
but otherwise it depends what metals are in the loop (pump, blocks, res, rad etc)
if mixing metals, add zerex to the mix (in the correct quantity)
Yep just distilled water its pretty cheap. personally i would put a little additive in anyway and i second zerex, doesnt smell as bad as water wetter
zerex?? its got to be stuff i can buy from my local chemist im too far away from the city center you see.
additives wise you will have to order of the internet not many places that stock that sorta thing. you should be ok with just plain distilled water until you have oppurtunity to order some additive, or i could post u a vile of some if i can find one
if youve got some spair and know the ammounts i should put in, that would be great
yeh i got some, you use msn or anything like?? if i can find a little vessel to put some in i will gladly send ya some
Chemist or local garage for distilled water, then get some Water Wetter ordered online.
To kind of hi-jack the thread (altough its on the same lines) where do you guys get your UV reactive dye from and does it have a negative effect on the pump/blocks/pipes, etc.
i get mine online but cant name a competitor here, but i dont use it anymore it left a horrible stain on my tubing and impurities on my blocks. it was only in my system for 3months and it got that bad i had to drain it all and clean the whole loop blocks apart and all. If you want reactive i recommend a reactive water like swiftech do (in green i think) it wont go funny like distilled with UV additive
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