bavorhttps://gochiller.com/ They claim much better heat transfer than pure water and traditional water-cooling fluids. I saw the LTT video, but I don't completely trust their testing methods to be reliable and accurate.
the_Scarlet_oneYes, LTT’s channel did a whole video on this, and guess what, they posted a whole video about it.
the_Scarlet_oneI would assume, just like every single other particulate based fluid on the planet, this would risk clogging the loop over time.
the_Scarlet_oneWhat is there not to trust in their testing methodology? Please explain what you would trust about testing one fluid in a setup and then a different fluid in the same setup?
the_Scarlet_oneClogs don’t just happen strictly based on particle size, clogs happen because the particles get stuck together and clog the system. Unfortunately there is no long terms testing that has occurred, as far as I can tell, to rule out clogging just like every other fluid that is particle based.
the_Scarlet_oneGo chiller claims that they use anti foaming agents, and the video shows that the foaming was annoying during the testing, so that doesn’t do much to instill confidence in the fluid. I have only had very minor issues with foaming in all of the particle based fluids I have run, and it was very very easy to turn the system off, wait for the bubbles to settle for 1-2 minutes, and then continue on.