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    Default Feser One users , how your fluid is behaving??

    Hi!

    I came across some threadson other forums that after some period of usage Feser starts to dislove and causes gunk biuld up in blocks. So any feser one users how does it look like in your example???

    links to to forums about that topic:

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...99&postcount=1

    http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/foru...ead.php?t=9124

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    Sharks the one over at Xtremesystem looks really really terrible !!!!
    I've been using Feser for a while now but i dont have any bad experience with them ... I hope not!

    Deton any reason for such a bad built up in those Sludge and Gunk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Sharks the one over at Xtremesystem looks really really terrible !!!!
    I've been using Feser for a while now but i dont have any bad experience with them ... I hope not!

    Deton any reason for such a bad built up in those Sludge and Gunk?
    I use Feser One too. My loop is haven't due for maintenance yet so I don't know how it is.

    You have to take this into the consideration;
    Is there any mix material in the setup, such aluminum and copper?
    Distillted water was use or just tap water?
    Is the rad pre-flushed before the installation or not?

    This is a no no about coolant;
    do not mix two different brand of coolant.
    do not put to much bright light in the case

    I always pre filter the coolant before I fill up the system.

    Regarding to the sludges, it could be serveral factors;
    vinyl tubing is breaking down, too much color additive mixture or poor water condition, algae build up.

    However, I do find Feser One is more sticky than Swiftech Hydrix though and very stainy.
    The color stain is harder to come off your fingers than the Swiftech one. This tell me it's could be the color additive they used, perhaps?

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    Welll, TBH i have done a cleanup of my loop like two months ago and everything seemd ok ( ihad few particles on CPU block but that might have happened). But now as i've seen those piccys i want to clean it once again......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    Welll, TBH i have done a cleanup of my loop like two months ago and everything seemd ok ( ihad few particles on CPU block but that might have happened). But now as i've seen those piccys i want to clean it once again......
    Ok, I made the above comements without seeing the XS thread and now I've seen and read it.
    He did say Blue Feser One and now the color is gone, obviously he used it more than few months without maintenance it and the coolant life expectancies has expired if you read the bottle. It does stage how long it going to last.

    So you can't really blame on Feser if you don't use it properly.

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    Colored water cooling fluid is the reason for the gunk buildup, I've used clear Feser fluid with no such problems. Colored fluid also voids pump warranties, and should be steered clear of. Why not just get colored lines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psykl0n View Post
    Colored water cooling fluid is the reason for the gunk buildup, I've used clear Feser fluid with no such problems. Colored fluid also voids pump warranties, and should be steered clear of. Why not just get colored lines?

    beacuse many people (like me ie) comes to a conclusion that if they get bored of that particular colour they will just change the fluid instead of rebuilding whole WC...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    beacuse many people (like me ie) comes to a conclusion that if they get bored of that particular colour they will just change the fluid instead of rebuilding whole WC...
    And then they get to rebuild the WC loop and take apart and de-gunk the lines, blocks and pump!

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    but that should not happen

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