"But all of this was for one worthy goal – is there a fluid that reigns supreme? Does anything do water's job better than water? The numbers don't lie – nothing is better than pure, straight up water so far, at least where temperatures are concerned.Read on over here.
But there are a couple fluids that perform just as well, and their side benefits of colouring, anti-corrosion and (most of all) non-conductivity make them well worth your time. Though temperatures are our primary concern, I've also made sure to note other aspects of each fluid that can have an effect on overall usability – colouring, bubble dispersion, and clean-up. So which ones are truly better than water, when you take all of this into account?"
Watercooling Fluid Shootout
Posted on Sunday, Feb 17 2008 @ 00:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck