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Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 6:42 PM
Subject: I’m a rat, a fucking rat
360mm radiator is enough for a CPU+GPU loop with med-high speed fans. The more radiators and fans you have the quieter you can run your fans at load so you usually try to get as much rad space as reasonably possible. You don’t need any additives provided you prep your loop properly the first time. Hence why most long-time watercoolers seem to eventually start using only distilled water. Nothing wrong with colored coolants, yes they do stain but they can be washed out with a little bit of effort. They often get blamed for issues that had to do with tubing that leach plasticizer. The exception is Mayhem’s aurora which is a show coolant and has microparticles that can drop out of solution and clog. You’ll want a drain system set-up if it’s your first time, distilled water too. That way you’re less at risk when you screw up. You don’t want to find out your loop is leaking conductive coolant all over your motherboard and can’t do anything but watch if you make a mistake the first time. Bitspower are considered the best fittings because of their quality and variety, but any metal fitting in the right size is reliable if properly installed. Most pumps are rebrands of the Laing DDC or Laing D5 or Jingway DC pumps. Stick to one of those and you’ll be fine. My personal recommendation is a D5 Vario if can accomodate its size since it’s one of the quietest, strongest and most reliable waterpumps around. One thing that’s helpful that isn’t often recommended is silicon grease. It can ensure your rotaries are leak-free since they sometimes are leak-prone. They’re also good if you dismantle any tube reservoir since those often have leak issues with screw in endcaps if you dismantle them. A bit of silicone grease around the o-ring will prevent it from catching and tearing when you screw on the reservoir and stop o-ring damage+leaks.
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