字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Okay, so it's a video I've been kind of wanting to do for a little while here that I'm finally gonna do. It's gonna involve a little bit of destruction, and, uh, some of you are gonna probably cringe. But I digress. This is necessary for the sake of science. DOJ to define our six in white, I think. Five or six and white. Okay. Okay, it's in our six, but it's not new. In fact, it's not even all white. I mean, what's with the black front? Really? Coming from the guy with the black and white car black hood that's different. It's the same. That's not the same exact same thing. Not distant. Fine changes that how? With custom rap from slick wraps, front panel, whole case, whatever you want, him custom designs us. That's right. We did do that video about the custom wrapped our six. Choose any of their existing designs or customize your own uploaded No, make it for you. See Wow, you really can make things custom with reps. So this one specifically is gonna be involving a iose and the concept of galvanic corrosion. So this right here is the 8 to 40 G. This is from Ikea water blocks. This is the all aluminum aluminium, wherever you're from. Uh, it's a custom water cooled Lupin. It's a kit. She put it together. But even the fittings are looming on the blocks Aluminum, The GP, blocks, aluminum, even the parts inside the pump that could possibly group Kuroda galvanic corrosion are aluminum. Now, what causes galvanic corrosion is the mixing of metals. So specifically like copper. And, uh, well, copper aluminum. This is dripping on my hand. What am I always doing that? So mixing things like copper and aluminum can definitely accelerate the idea of galvanic corrosion. Now this right here, this is This is the pump I tried to use in this system which didn't quite have enough power. This is technically an A Iot, but the A Iot. That radio that comes with Kelvin from fractal design is actually an Alfa cool radiator. So this is a truly 100% copper set up. So this isn't going to be a candidate because it doesn't have mixed metals. So if you talk about the idea of mixing metals, people tend to just freak out because they go, You can't mix aluminum and you can't mix copper and this and that you'll get galvanic corrosion. It's a term people throw around because they hear about it online and stuff, and then they just sort of I know they regurgitate and they repeat themselves, and they don't actually understand what's happening. They never use aluminum in a loop because of galvanic corrosion when you use it with copper. Well, guess what. Most of your bios on the market I showed you an example of one that didn't do include copper and aluminum. So this is actually an old H 100 right here, age 100. I have had this thing for like, four years now. Something along those lines may even longer. I'm gonna cut this sumbitch open. We're gonna cut it open today because I am curious. I love this phone. I almost got it. In fact, any a Sitek rebranded a Iot, which is most of the ones in North America are copper based on the block, as you can see right here with an aluminum radiator. So we've got mixed metals from day one. The differences they use a fluid that is designed to combat galvanic corrosion. Now most cool insider on the market for your open loops or your custom loops are also they have inhibitors in there for corrosion. The difference is these air much more controlled. They have, ah, very specific cool interviews, and it's the same across the board. They've got all the same, you know, materials being used, whereas unopened loop or custom loop, you're using different brands. They use different different grades of plating, different grades of copper, different types of nickel plating s. So there's very little control over that. And then the type of Colin that you use special with all of these boutique type coolants now, like the view and the primo chill, are the what the mayhem is. Pastels and all that stuff may not necessarily have the best amount of anti corrosion in there. So this is what the inside of the H 100 I looks like. So, as you can see, it pushes the fluid down through the middle, right here across these copper blocks or this. These fins were here, a fact that's not even if they are friends are just really freaking tiny. And then it goes out the outside and back out and into the radiator. In fact, here is your temperature probe right there. But this thing is obviously full of coolant. So I'm gonna go and drain this real quick, which not very not a lot of it. We're gonna drain it based on the way that this block looked. So I don't think we're going to see any corrosion. But I'm gonna cut the end tanks off of the radiator and see what it looks like inside. Quickest way to do this There. You have no idea what color the fluid is. In fact, almost any time I've ever cracked open and a Iot hit that a Iot. It's hard to say a Iot. So it's like saying I edited it, aided the video, edited it. I gotta go edit it. So weird. Anyway, I digress. Pleasure point. Anytime I've cut open in a Iot in the past or used any of expandable ones, the fluid has been clear. So it's kind of funny that this one's a little bit green, which is interesting because usually galvanic corrosion has a little bit of a green, blue ish kind of color to it. That sounds so. Use a fresh blade That's pretty clean. Oh, it's so it's so this This is this is actually better than I was expecting. I've had this ao for four years, and as you can see, there's not the slightest amount of discoloration or corrosion in this. I mean, if anything looks probably clean is day one. Um, sad part is I have clearly ruined a perfectly could, um, a Iot. So why don't we quite put it back together, Get my hand, uh, my hands dirty with a little bit of sorry. But as you can see right here, the most important lesson to be learned from this video other than J pointlessly opened up a radiator. Um, no, it's not pointless. We learned something today. If the coolant is designed to handle such mixed metals, then you can actually mix medals. Still not recommended. But you could mix medals and have long term success with it. Had this just been distilled water or something like that without any sort of anti corrosive agent in there, this would have not only gotten growth like, you know, algae and stuff, but it would have also corroded on the inside as well. So yeah, this quick little video because I wanted an excuse to cut open a radiator that was made of aluminum. I took the oldest one I had on this. That doesn't mean that a Iose don't corrode. It's up to the manufacturer to use the right Kulik chemical configuration. Because if if the chemical makeup is not proper and it's not just the right agents in there the right anti corrosive material or additives, then you would certainly get different results. Yeah, I mean, I think that right there kind of paints the picture. You can see that That is super clean. All right, well, if you guys got any other suggestions of things we should cut open, James, you could open a 28 e t I No. You guys have no suggestions. Things were cut open. Let me know down the comments below or hit me up on Twitter at J C cents. Thanks for watching guys. And as always, we will see you in the next one. I still think the cooling got kind of dirty, though that's why that turned that color. So I think there is obviously a life to the coolant, but in terms of corrosion wth e h 100. I passed the test of time. Now I can do this stuff I've always kind of wanted to do and see how well it can withstand. Oh, that's actually not bad. Oh, yeah, This is okay.