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Old 16th May, 2003, 06:44 AM
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waTER ADDITIVE

WHAT IS THE BEST THING TO ADD TO THE WATER IN YOUR WATER COOLING SYSTEM?
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caplocks...

use: Distilled water, waterwetter, UV DYE
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actually the best stuff is this kewl pinkish liquid that is used to cool the cray super computers

its nonconductive water.... so you could technically submerge your computer in it and it would not damage it

though i think it would get into the hard drive and stuff... keep those above the water lmao

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no, flourine will not work in this situation.....
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I would use Hyperlube supercoolant instead of Water wetter. It's green instead of pink and looks great under UV light.
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ya isnt water wetter a acahol baster fluid?
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