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Neco

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Waterloo, Wisconsin, USA
I just got my Water Wetter today... wow, Summit Racing ships FAST :D


anyhow I dropped according to the bottle roughly 2 or 3 ounces of water wetter into my reservoir...


my Res is 1 gallin + what I have in the tubes and radiator/waterblock...


Did I mix enough ? the water is definately pinkish but not too dark, more like a transparent light pink...


I don't know if I have enough in there- as I've heard things like 4 ounces to a gallon or something..
 
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Neco

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I did a load test for 1 hour (toast) and my temps didn't go over 45 C which is nice.. the ambient in this place is something like 30 C or 80F or something like that....
 

Gravity Man

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Edina, MN
The mix is about right, I generally like to have 1 oz. WW to every quart of water. Your temps seem a little high, though what waterblock/pump/radiator are you using?
 
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Neco

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I by no mean shave a performance kit.

I have an AMD Athlon XP 1500+ non-overclocked.

I am using a "generic" copper water block, 12" x 5" 4 pass radiator, (alum) and a Rio180.

I have a radioshack on my shroud, running at 7volts but don't know its exact specs - at 12v it's supposed to be 85 or 89 CFM.


so I think my temps are "ok" as I don't have the best setup. I am thinking of looking into high CFM low noise fans (extremely low noise) to see if a dual fan setup would beenfit my radiator more (and I believe it will)..

I also have NO case fans (nor real room for them without modding which I am not equiped for) and my tempurate is from the in socket probe - so that could be hot air trapped in there as well.


in the meantime, I am happy with it.



:D
 

Tweak

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Mar 24, 2001
Is what water wetter does is break up surface tention. Because if that is what it does I have had sucess useing plain laundry soap. It breaks up the surface tention and gave me cooler temps.
 
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Neco

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I need more than less surface tension, I have an ALuminum radiator and a copper waterblock, so I needed an anti-corrosive agent as well.


WW works good for me all around.