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    After doing much reading, I am just going to use distilled water and PT Nuke.

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    no worry

    A good Waterooling system uses anticorosive materials, so there will be no corosion at all. You can use demineralised water. There will be also no algues. But its a good idea to use 20% antifreeze because so the cooling will prevent steaming if for any reason the temperature of the CPU will be above 90 degreese celsius. No worries about corosion, but yes 20% antifreeze with demineralised or destilated water is the best solution

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    I have read that antifreeze is not good for PETG tubing.

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    yes maybe, but i think that 20% will not harm the tubes. Anyway problem will be solved if only using destilated water. I dont think that the temperatute will be above 90 degrees celsius. The motherboard has its protection and the power will be shut down if procesor temperature is rising above its limit.

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    HydrX PM 2. Its on the web site under ' Accessories and Parts - Tubing and Coolant '.
    Unable to post the link.
    A good product, does not have Ethyl Glycol.
    Blue tinge ... the description shows color added.

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    I am just going with distilled water and PT Nuke antibacterial solution (four drops per liter of distilled water). I have the equivalent of twelve 120mm radiators and they are all copper (except for the threads which are brass, but they do not come in contact with the water) and there are twelve static pressure fans blowing through them so if I overheat, then the law of thermal dynamics will be turned on its head and our main concerns in life will become much more serious than just playing with silly non-quantum computers. (BTW, it really bothers me that there are now quantum computers in the world, but we 'common folk' cannot have them. Then again, those things are too unpredictable and are likely changing life as we know it with even just the shadow governments of this planet having them. . ..)

    The only metals in contact with water in my system are copper and nickel. As long as copper and aluminum are not mixed together, and nickel and silver are not mixed together (which is why I am not using a silver kill-coil), I will not be having any problems with corrosion as long as I drain the old water and put new in, along with more unexpired PT Nuke, every eight months.

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