Loc: Florida, USA
Theres some recipes out there for cooling fluid. Just have to search for them. You don't just add water and walla it's done. Theres a special fluid you use but some people make their own. If you want to be cheap out it the best thing to use is raidator fluid. Get the non mixed stuff and some distilled water and mix it. Distilled water isn't conductive.
Thats a werid kit there, The waterblock has the pump built on it. Most kits have a water block, pump and the raidiator.
I'm still trying to find a couple decent reviews for these smaller water cooling kits, just to see how they measure up. I really only something for my processor since I'm not really after any massive video card acceleration. Anything over $150 is going to be out of my price range. I'm not going to go that quite fanatical quite yet. :ermm:
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