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Windshield Washer Solvent For Liquid Cooling

By Goggle Eye ·
I was reading about cooling a liquid cooled system using antifreeze on this sight. I found it vary interesting.

I was wondering why you could not use windshield washer solvent for liquid cooling your computer?

Algae does not grow in the solvent.

Should diapate heat vary easily.

Cheap on sale in most dicount retail outlets, grocery stores, convienience stores and gas stations not to mention auto parts stores. Around $1.75 galllon.

Has a nice blue look.

I am building a new computer liquid cooled system. I do not want to mess with having to change the coolant or adding chemicals to water.

I hope you respond and any comments I would appreciate.

Goggle Eye .

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Only reason I can think of is that maybe

by OH Smeg In reply to Windshield Washer Solvent ...

The Boiling Temp of the fluid may not be high enough and it evaporates out too fast.

But to see if that is the case you would have to suck it and see so to speak and use it to see what happens.

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Will not work

by Goggle Eye In reply to Windshield Washer Solvent ...

Contains Ethanol.

Flash point is 70 degrees C.

Some manufactures are using antifreeze in windshield washer fluids.

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