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I'm going to be going with a green case theme to match my DFI board.

so I wanted to know what is the best & brightest UV green coolant/additive to use.

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Hrmm...I bet regular anti-freeze would work very well. I used to have a bottle of it in my room when I used to have blacklights...was very UV reactive.

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Fluid XP in alien green will probably do the trick.......do you get the LP TR2?

 

DFI LP UT P35T2R is on the way.

The rest of the build

E6750:L720a773

GSKILL 2GB PC8500

8800Ultra

2xWD74GB 10,000 RPM 16MB Cache

PC power & cooling Silencer 750 Quad

Lian Li PC-V2000A Silver Full Tower/server case

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DFI LP UT P35T2R is on the way.

The rest of the build

E6750:L720a773

GSKILL 2GB PC8500

8800Ultra

2xWD74GB 10,000 RPM 16MB Cache

PC power & cooling Silencer 750 Quad

Lian Li PC-V2000A Silver Full Tower/server case

 

 

That board kicks butt, I got mine not too long ago....

 

LPTR2

Q6600 "GO"

GSKILL 4GB DDR1000

ATI 2600 HD

2x MAXTOR 320

PC power & cooling 610 silencer :)

Vista 64 Ultimate

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I'm going to be going with a green case theme to match my DFI board.

so I wanted to know what is the best & brightest UV green coolant/additive to use.

 

FTW D-Tek Liquid F/X UV Dye: Alien Green Here is the --> Linky <--

 

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Fluid XP in alien green will probably do the trick

 

Way to expensive IMO

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