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Old April 23, 2010, 09:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Squeetard View Post
Smarten up all of you. NON CONDUCTIVE coolant is the only thing you should be using in a liquid cooled computer.


iT COSTS $20.

Or you can be an idiot and spill free water all over your $2000 rig.
Lets just think what Non-conductive is coolant is madde out of... Wait, I got it! The main ingrediant in NON-CONDUCTIVE coolant is...... distilled water I can ger a nice 4L jug of 0.0PPM water for about .90c at a drug store. Throw a kill-coil or two in there, and some silver barbs for overkill, and your good to go.

Or you can spend $20 on the same thing with a brand name on it. Not to mention NON-CONDUCTIVE coolant will become conductive, just like distilled water, over time.
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