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    Default PrimoChill ZenCoils™ Tube Res Calming Coils

    Hiya guys just wanted to introduce a new Product we have been working on.PrimoChill ZenCoils™ do an amazing job at reducing turbulence in tube reservoirs. Our testing has shown Amazing results in reservoirs running the ZenCoils™ vs reservoirs not running them. I believe we have some video's of the ZenCoils™ in action, if so i will get then for you guys.I have seen them myself and it is pretty amazing.



    Not only do PrimoChill ZenCoils™ stop turbulence they also give a great new look and come in a wide range of colors.

    I will keep you guys posted with any new information i get regarding any of our new Products.

    Take a peek at our New PrimoChill ZenCoils™ here : PrimoChill ZenCoils

    Take Care guys and hope you like them:
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    Default Re: PrimoChill ZenCoils™ Tube Res Calming Coils

    a company that gets down on the level of the people
    now thats a cool thing
    hi & nice to meet you
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    Default Re: PrimoChill ZenCoils™ Tube Res Calming Coils

    It is nice to have a company that comes to us and ask what we think.
    Thank you PriomoChill.

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    I dont know what they do as I dont watercool yet, but they look cool.

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    Default Re: PrimoChill ZenCoils™ Tube Res Calming Coils

    Quote Originally Posted by MattyMatt View Post
    I don't know what they do as I don't water cool yet, but they look cool.
    Hi MatttyMatt,

    What ZenCoils are is, they go in a Tube Reservoir to avoid turbulence in high flow systems, as this will cause air to get sucked into the pump which is a bad thing.Or you can add them just because they look cool

    Water Cooling is not that complex really. (But can be at an advanced Level)

    But for a Beginner and you just want to water cool the CPU this is all you need and why.

    Simple CPU only loop:

    1) Reservoir = This is usually the fill point where you add your coolants and is always located before the Pump.



    2) Tubing = Tubing is prety obvious, Its what the coolant flows though to cool your system. Although Tubing can be a hassle with some mixtures and mostly using Clear tubing. I only use Primochill Tubing now, and before i was a Rep for them.It is very flexible and easy to use and comes in a wide range of colors.



    3) Fittings or Barbs = This is where there is a Huge decision to make because there are tons of fittings nowadays . Types of Fittings are pretty much Compression or Barbs. Barbs cost allot less but require a clamp where compressions cost more but are one piece and my opinion look way nicer. (I only recently discovered Primochill makes some really nice Compression Fittings). Which ever you choose its extremely important to connect them right or you will get get a leak and destroy your system. (Always Leak Test Loop Before Turning system on! ) I cant say enough how important that is as i had a leak on more then 1 occasion in my years of water cooling. But power off no damage, Power on good bye hardware.



    4) Pump = There are many pumps to choose from but a couple good ones are the D5 or EK DCP4.0 but there are many others. The Pump is what pushes the water through your loop and is fed from the reservoir. (EK DCP4.0 in photo)



    5) CPU Water Block = This is where the cooling of the CPU actually takes place and there are tons on the Market depending on what you like. I prefer ekwb brand but they are all withing a few degrees from each other.



    6) Radiators = Since we are talking a Simple Loop for the CPU only, I would recommend a 240 Rad if you want to run 2 120mm Fans or a 280 if its 2 140mm fans you want to run. The Radiator is where the coolant or water actually gets cooled. Basically the same way it works in a car. They sell slim Rad's and some really thick rads just remember to get more powerful fans if you plan on going with a really thick Rad.There is allot more to a Radiator but i am keeping this simple.



    7 ) Coolants & Distilled
    = This is another huge decision to make because there are debates everywhere on what to use. But it all comes down to what you like. Distilled can not be run alone it needs some sort of biocide or Kill Coil to keep corrosion or bacterias from going in your loop. For distilled most use a piece of silver that their are a few different names for but i call a Kill coil.Now for Coolants or Dyes. I am loving Primochill's NEW "Intensifier Dyes" but basically anything you do you have to care for your loop once in a while. (New upcoming Primochill Intensifier Dye's in Photo) .



    Here is a Simple Loop Instillation :


    Hook the bottom port of Reservoir to the Inlet on Pump
    and then the outlet on the Pump to the CPU Water block Input ,
    Now the outlet on the CPU Block to either port on the Radiator,
    then from the other port on the radiator return back to the Reservoir to complete the loop.
    Fill Loop through Reservoir ,Leak Test 24 hours and enjoy your Lower Temps !


    Hope this was some help for you MattyMatt or anyone thinking of getting into Water Cooling.

    Take Care Guys,
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    Default Re: PrimoChill ZenCoils™ Tube Res Calming Coils

    Thanks for that. I get how they work, just dont have the time to commit to it right now. Down the road that may well change though.

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