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Old 14th June, 2009, 10:09 PM
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Feser One F1 VS water

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I have decided to mod a little bit my pc so I brought the Feser One f1 (Yellow)

I was on water before and I noticed quite an increase in temperature.
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I have change the setup in a way to see everything glowing, so my tube are way longer than before (Around twice).

So I just don't understand what's going on...
I have seen reviews on other web site that show just a difference by a few degree between water and feser one.

Could It be the tube? This is my last option, but if this is it, damn I never thinked that tubing lengh was important like that...
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Old 14th June, 2009, 10:39 PM
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Does this stuff replace the water or is it added to the water?
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Old 15th June, 2009, 12:14 AM
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At first I used Water with Feser view added to it.

Now It's Feser One F1 witch replace water & is not conductive.
So it replace!
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Old 16th June, 2009, 12:20 AM
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This is what I found.
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Feser One - the only coolant you will ever need!

Perfecting the way you cool your system, safely and paving the way to the future.

Do not mix this coolant with any other aftermarket additives, this may compromise the non conductive formula.

Do not mix colours in this coolant, if any extra UV additive needs to be added use Feser One or Feser View to keep conductivity levels down.

If used for long periods of time the UV properties of this coolant will naturally fade, you can use Feser View UV Dye to fix this.

Do not mix different colour Feser One coolants together, chemical reactions can occur.

No other additives are needed, we have 4 anti corrosives inside!

Regular water changes are advised (maximum 1 year).

Depending on your hose size, type and wall thickness, Feser One may react differently under uv light in different cooling systems.

We have tested this product as replacement coolant in every leading manufacturers watercooling system with great results!
I think you have to mix it with water but I could be wrong.
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Old 22nd June, 2009, 10:29 PM
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No I really took the time to dry component before the filling with the feser one liquid.

The only thing that have changed, is the tube length witch could have increase the resistance of the overall system.

I am just amaze with the temp difference!


Maybe I will return to the classic water!
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Old 23rd June, 2009, 01:06 AM
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maybe a 75% water 25% of dye might work?
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This suppose to replace water.
And IF I add water, I will loose the non-conductive propriety & UV propriety.

But could tube lengh increase WC temp ir not?
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Did you "burp" the new coolant setup? Could an air bubble be messing things up?
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You will need to post full system specs, espcially what pump you are using, and the approximate total length of your cooling loops.

Your pump may not be giving you enough flow rates, or your rad / fan setup may not be cooling enough.
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I was a $%?* buble in the system...

Still there is a difference in sytems temp, but much lower ^^
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I was a $%?* buble in the system...

Still there is a difference in sytems temp, but much lower ^^
Well, glad you got it sorted.
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I wonder if like pentane or hexane or butane would be any good. Don't think it's conductive and it's volatile so if it spills it just evaporates.
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Water still has the best heat transfer out of all these gimmicks. I have tried many things in the last 8 years of water cooling. A little something to kill algae and your golden. I use a little UV die. It does get nasty and need cleaned.
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