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Thermochill EC6
Coolant Review


Introduction


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Welcome to my review of the New coolant from Thermochill. But with all the bad press Non conductive/UV coolant has had over the past 6 months or so, can this coolant really live up to all the hype which it has created?

Before we find out what this coolant can really do, I would like to thank Rob & Paul at Thermochill for providing the coolant for this review.

Thermochill is the word/brand every water cooling enthusiast knows and has respected for a long time. For the last 7 years Thermochill has produced high performance radiators of the highest quality, and with the new owners settling in nicely, the future continues to look bright for Thermochill.

Bearing in mind all the recent “Bad Press” non conductive coolants have attracted, my tests will try to focus on these issues - thermal performance, flow, non-conductivity and gunking and clunking. While gunking may happen over a space of time, (which I don’t have time to test), I will try my best in simulating by Boiling and Freezing the coolant, as well as testing alongside a control liquid - leading competitors coolant, Feser One.

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An Overview of what is in the coolant and it’s features:

• Pre-mixed with no need for additional additives
• Electrical Conductivity <2µS/cm at 24C *
• Non-Toxic and RoHS Compliant

• Freezing Point - 6C
• 85% Bio-degradable Within 30 Days

• Shelf Stable UV Reactive Dyes of up to 2 years

• EC6 is a true Eco Friendly Product


Flow

I performed a restriction test to see how much the coolant limits flow, I ran the pump at 12v, through a Digmesa Flow Meter and normal loop components for a actual loop result. With information recorded every one minute, a total of ten results were averaged out and presented as simple graph. Since I use the same setup for each coolant I test, with all the parts being the same, I am able to compare restrictivty to other coolants.

Does adding coolant affect your flow?

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Flow Rate Loop – Laing DDC 1T + XSPC Res Top, 2 Meters XSPC 7/16” Tubing
Alphacool NexXxoS 360mm Radititor, Alphacool HF 14 Yellowstone 2 Alphacool Ball Valves, Disstilled Water


From the above graph we can see that, using Thermochill EC6 restricts the flow by 0.07 GPM - Distilled water reading 1.68 GPM, Thermochill EC6 reading 1.61 GPM.

(Note: Flow test used with clear EC6 coolant and Tesco Value Distilled)



Thermal Test Specification

A 5-mount test with 1hour with each mount, 50 Mins Warm Up 10 Mins Temperature logging.

• The 1366 Test Setup is as follows, Intel Core i7 920 DO Overclocked to 3.6 GHZ (No Lapping) running on a Gigabyte UD5 Extreme Motherboard. 6GB (3x2GB) of Patriot Viper DDR3 1600MHz Memory, The motherboard cooling is stock with no extra airflow. Video card is an EVGA 8800GT, also on stock cooling. The power comes form a Zalman 850W Modular PSU, Samsung 500GB Hard drive split into 2 250 GB partitions. Test case is my Le Chuck Test Bench, which had horizontal mounting.

• The cooling setup I am using is based more around Euro Style, With Few exceptions.

o Radiator: Alphacool NexXxoS Xtreme III 360mm Radiator 3x Scythe S-FLEX SFF21D Fans @ 1200rpm, I chose this rad, as it has great value for money and good performance to go with it.
o Pump: I run a Laing DDC 1T with an XSPC res top, also known as a Swiftech MCP350 ran at 12V. I chose this pump, as DDC’s Seem to be the norm with most users using the basic model.
o CPU Waterblock: Alphacool HF 14 Yellowstone for 775-1366 Intel motherboards.
o Loop Order: Optimal to my needs my loop Is setup in this order, XSPC Res Top > DDC > Digmesa Flow Meter > 360mm Rad > Temp Sensor (Water In) > Ball Valve > Alphacool HF 14 Yellowstone > Ball Valve > Temp Sensor (Water Out) > Res Top. For an optimized loop for any set up always have your res feeding the pump.


• TIM Material I use MX-2 like most other enthusiasts and testers, primarily as it works at optimum efficiency as soon as you apply it, (no break in time like AS5). and it is non conductive, conductive could become a problem with multiple applications per test and multiple blocks. The TIM Application method I use is the dot in the center. (Small pea sized TIM Applied to centre of CPU, then when block is Compressed TIM Is spread evenly across the cores of the CPU), Recorded data is only used if TIM application is confirmed as good on the following re-mount.


Thermal Test Results

With Distilled water being the best cooling fluid at the lowest price, does adding stuff into a coolant give you better or worse temps?

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The graph compares distilled water, Thermochill EC6 and Feser One. The results show there is a small variation in efficiency between coolants. Thermochill EC6 – 33.1 Degrees, Distilled water – 33.2 Degrees and Feser One – 33.4 degrees.

(Note: Thermal test used with clear EC6 coolant, Tesco Value Distilled water and Feser one Black UV)


Freezer Test

We fine-tune our systems to get the best temps as possible, but does running cool gunk you up?. If we put these coolants in the freezer, will they clump when they thaw out? This is what I intend to find out.

• 500ml of both coolants placed in a freezer for 12 hours, Stored in a 500ml plastic still water bottle.
• 4 hours defrost time with the coolant removed from bottle and poured into a small plastic container for closer inspection.


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When you put 500ml of EC6 in the freezer for 12 hours, and then leave it thaw out for 4 hours. It is safe to say that the coolant doesn't lose any of it's UV properties, nor does it clump/group together. The above picture shows you there was no clumping after the defrost time.

(Note: This is an extreme test and with a normal working loop you won’t see freezing happen)


Boiling Test

Cooling loops are usually getting constant use, and may run hot under certain conditions. But how long does it take for the dye to separate under these certain conditions?

• 500ml of coolant poured into saucepans and heated to boiling point.
• Once at boiling point left to boil for 30 minutes.
• Each coolant left to cool for 30 minutes, with an inspection of each coolant at this point.
• Test repeated four times if the coolant hasn’t already broken up.


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When you put 500ml of EC6 in saucepan, and leave it boiling away for 30 minutes. I saw a vast amount of evaporation happing much more then normal water. I believe this is down to being able to carry more heat away then plain water.

After the cool down process, and being able to see in the photo provided above no dye separation happened while i was boiling the coolant.

(Note: This is an extreme test and with a normal working loop you won’t see Boiling happen)


Where To Buy

As this is a brand new coolant to the market. Retailers in the United Kingdom are the only ones to have stock, at the time of this review. These retailers include WatercoolingUK, Specialtech, Overclockers UK, Aquacooled Pcs and the XSPC Shop.

I will update the list of places to buy once retailers start to receive they coolants.

United Kingdom
• Clear - £7.99
• UV Blue – £8.99
• UV Neon Green - £8.99


Conclusion

Pros
• All in one coolant, with no need to add anything else to your loop
• Twist back seal, so you know you coolant hasn’t been tampered with, and no contamination
• High flow, easy pour lid which makes filling your loop a breeze
• Eco friendly and completly Bio-degradable
• Corrosion protection for Copper, Brass, Steel, Nickel and Aluminum Proven to ASTM D3306 and BS6580 standards

Cons
• Can get costly for multiple and long loop setups



Notes from Thermochill

We recommend that you do not mix any other additive or coolant with Thermochill EC6.
We recommend frequent coolant changes to maintain your system loop correctly, and to reduce the conductive potential within the loop as much as possible. EC6 can become electrically conductive in normal use over time or if contaminated just like any other coolant on the market.
The use of this product is at your own risk. Thermochill is not responsibility for damage caused to hardware, property or data arising from its use.


Final Thoughts

This new premix non conductive coolant, isn't just vibrant colour in a bottle - it has the cooling power to match. It's long development time shows though with it passing both the freezer and boiling up test which i though at it with flying colours. It's UV reactivity is more than pleasing with a whole bottle changing from non UV to UV with just two 3mm 12V LED's.

With a lot of new coolant which has been realsed lately and with past experience with others, I would recommend to give the Clear coolant a try. Instead of Distilled water with PT Nuke or Kill-coils (Sliver alternative will work). And buy some coloured tubing of your chosen colour to make it more colourful if you still want to avoid Dyes.

I plan on testing the non-conductivity of this fluid on some hardware, but unfortunately I haven't been able to get hold of enough old cheap gear which I can pour coolant onto at the moment - this may be added to the review at a later date. If you have any old Components that you don't mind donating for this test, please just PM Me.

www.watercoolinguk.co.uk www.alphacool.com www.xspc.biz www.skinneelabs.com www.thermochill.co.uk/



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From the above graph we can see that, using Thermochill EC6 restricts the flow by 0.7 GPM. With distilled water being 1.68 GPM, Thermochill EC6 being 1.61 GPM.

Shouldn't that read 0.07 GPM? :)

Thermochill EC6 – 33.1 Degrease, Distilled water – 33.2 Degrease and Feser One – 33.4 degrease.


Typo, should be degrees, not degrease.


While we adjust are systems to get the best temps as possible, but does going so low gunk you up?


Guessing it should read as "Whilst we adjust our systems"?

Whiles are systems are getting constant use, being heated up and stressed to its limits

Same as above

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Cheers Marcus will be changed later, still a long way off :)

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No International retailers have this yet.. but a few in the UK do.

WatercoolingUK
Specialtech
Overclockers UK (might not be listed yet)
Aquacooled Pcs
XSPC Shop

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Admins & Mods, if you read though this if you are being nosy, do you mind pointing out anything that may be spelt wrong ETC.

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Not finished reading through yet, but some quick suggestions so far if it's of help :)

Thermochill EC6
Non-Conductive Coolant Review


Introduction


*Insert Thermochill Logo Here*

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Welcome to my review of the New Eco Friendly and Non Conductive coolant from Thermochill. But with all the bad press Non conductive/UV coolant has had over the past 6 months or so, can this coolant really live up to all the hype in which it has created?

Before we find out what this coolant can really do, I would like to thank Rob & Paul at Thermochill for providing the coolant for this review as well as thanking Rob and his team at WCUK (Watercooling UK) For the ongoing support and service to the community and myself.

Thermochill is the word/ brand every water cooling enthusiast knows and has respected for a length amount of long time. For the last 7 years Thermochill has produced high performance radiators of the highest quality, and with the new owners settling in nicely, the future continues to look bright for Thermochill.

Bearing in mind all the recent “Bad Press” non conductive coolants have attracted, my tests will try to focus on these issues - thermal performance, flow, non-conductivity and gunking and clunking. While gunking may happen over a space of time, (which I don’t have time to test), I will try my best in simulating by Boiling and Freezing the coolant, as well as testing alongside a control liquid - leading competitors coolant, Feser One.

*Insert Coolant Bottle Pictures Here*

An Overview of what is in the coolant and it’s features:

• Pre-mixed with no need for additional additives
• Electrical Conductivity <2µS/cm at 24C *
• Non-Toxic and RoHS Compliant

• Freezing Point - 6C
• 85% Bio-degradable Within 30 Days

• Shelf Stable UV Reactive Dyes of up to 2 years

• EC6 is a true Eco Friendly Product


Flow

I performed a restriction test to see how much the coolant limits flow, I ran the pump at 12v, through a Digmesa Flow Meter and normal loop components for a actual loop result. With information recorded every one minute, a total of ten results were averaged out and presented as simple graphs. Since I use the same setup for each coolant I test, with all the parts being the same, I am able to compare restrictivty to other coolants.

Does choice of coolant affect your flow?

*Insert Flow Graph Here*

Flow Rate Loop – Laing DDC 1T + XSPC Res Top, 2 Meters XSPC 7/16” Tubing
Alphacool NexXxoS 360mm Radititor, Alphacool HF 14 Yellowstone 2 Alphacool Ball Valves, Disstilled Water


From the above graph we can see that, using Thermochill EC6 restricts the flow by 0.07 GPM - With distilled water reading 1.68 GPM, Thermochill EC6 reading 1.61 GPM.

(Note: Flow test used with clear EC6 coolant and Tesco Value Distilled)



Thermal Test Specification

A 5-mount test with 1hour with each mount, 50 Mins Warm Up 10 Mins Temperature logging.

• The 1366 Test Setup is as follows, Intel Core i7 920 DO Overclocked to 3.6 GHZ (No Lapping) running on a Gigabyte UD5 Extreme Motherboard. 6GB (3x2GB) of Patriot Viper DDR3 1600MHz Memory, The motherboard cooling is stock with no extra airflow. Video card is an EVGA 8800GT, also on stock cooling. The power comes form a Zalman 850W Modular PSU, Samsung 500GB Hard drive split into 2 250 GB partitions. Test case is my Le Chuck Test Bench, which had horizontal mounting.

• The cooling setup I am using is based more around Euro Style, With few exceptions.

o Radiator: Alphacool NexXxoS Xtreme III 360mm Radiator 3x Scythe S-FLEX SFF21D Fans @ 1200rpm, I chose this rad, as it has great value for money and good performance to go with it.
o Pump: I run a Laing DDC 1T with an XSPC res top, also known as a Swiftech MCP350 ran at 12V. I chose this pump, as DDC’s Seem to be the norm with most users using the basic model.
o CPU Waterblock: Alphacool HF 14 Yellowstone for 775-1366 Intel motherboards.
o Loop Order: Optimal to my needs my loop Is setup in this order, XSPC Res Top > DDC > Digmesa Flow Meter > 360mm Rad > Temp Sensor (Water In) > Ball Valve > Alphacool HF 14 Yellowstone > Ball Valve > Temp Sensor (Water Out) > Res Top. For an optimized loop for any set up always have your res feeding the pump.


• TIM Material - I use MX-2 like most other enthusiasts and testers alike, primarily as it works at optimum efficiency as soon as you apply it, (no break in time like AS5), and it is non conductive (conductive could become a problem with multiple applications per test and multiple blocks). The TIM Application method I use is the dot in the center. (Small pea sized Tim Applied to centre of CPU, then when block is Compressed TIM Is spread evenly across the cores of the CPU). Recorded data is only used if TIM application is confirmed as good after exception on the following re-mount. My way of validating my results.


Thermal Test Results

With Distilled water being the best cooling fluid at the lowest price, does adding stuff into a coolant give you better or worse temps?

*Insert Thermal Graph Here*

The graph compares distilled water, Thermochill EC6 and Feser One. The results show there is a small variation in efficiency between coolants. With it being 0.1 degrees better then distilled water. Thermochill EC6 – 33.1 Degrees, Distilled water – 33.2 Degrees and Feser One – 33.4 degrees.

(Note: Thermal test used with clear EC6 coolant, Tesco Value Distilled water and Feser one Black UV)


Freezer Test

Whilst we adjust are We fine-tune our systems to get the best temps as possible, but does running cool gunk you up?. If we put these coolants in the freezer, will they clump when they thaw out? This is what I intend to find out.

• 500ml of both coolants placed in a freezer for 12 hours, Stored in a 500ml plastic still water bottle.
• 4 hours defrost time with the coolant removed from bottle and poured into a small plastic container for closer inspection.


(Note: This is an extreme test and with a normal working loop you won’t see freezing happen)


Boiling Test

Cooling loops are usually getting constant use, and may run hot under certain conditions. But how long does it take for the dye to separate under these certain conditions? But how well can the dyes hold up, with such heat.

• 500ml of both coolants poured into saucepans and heated to boiling point.
• Each coolant left to cool for 30 minutes, with an inspection of each coolant at this point.
• Test repeated four times if the coolant hasn’t already broken up.


(Note: This is an extreme test and with a normal working loop you won’t see Boiling happen)


Where To Buy

As this is a brand new coolant to the market, with it only being launched a week ago. retailers in the United Kingdom are the only ones to have stock, when this review is published at the time of this review. These retailers include WatercoolingUK, Specialtech, Overclockers UK, Aquacooled Pcs and the XSPC Shop. However No International retailers have this yet, but have been sent samples so i would expect to see in land over seas in the coming weeks / months.

I will update the list of places to buy once retailers start to receive they coolants.

United Kingdom
• Clear - £7.99
• UV Blue – £8.99
• UV Neon Green - £8.99


Conclusion

Pros
• All in one coolant, with no need to add anything else to your loop
• Twist back seal, so you know you coolant hasn’t been tampered with, and no contamination
• High flow, easy pour lid which makes filling your loop a breeze
• Eco friendly and completly Bio-degradable
• Corrosion protection for Copper, Brass, Steel, Nickel and Aluminum Proven to ASTM D3306 and BS6580 standards

Cons
• Can get costly for multiple and long loop setups



Notes from Thermochill

We recommend that you do not mix any other additive or coolant with Thermochill EC6.
We recommend frequent coolant changes to maintain your system loop correctly, and to reduce the conductive potential within the loop as much as possible. EC6 can become electrically conductive in normal use over time or if contaminated just like any other coolant on the market.
The use of this product is at your own risk. Thermochill is not responsibility for damage caused to hardware, property or data arising from its use.


Final Thoughts

This new premix non conductive coolant, isn't just soft vibrate vibrant colour in a bottle - it has the cooling power to match. It's long development time shows though with it passing both the freezer and boiling up test which i though at it with flying colours. It's UV sensitive reactivity is more than pleasing with a whole bottle changing from non UV to UV with just two 3mm 12V LED's.

But With a lot of new coolant which has been realsed lately and with past experience with others, I would recommend to give the UV Clear coolant a try. Instead of Distilled water with PT Nuke or Kill-coils (Sliver alternative will work). And buy some coloured tubing of your chosen colour to make it more colourful if you still want to avoid Dyes.

I plan on testing the non-conductivity of this fluid on some hardware, but unfortunately I haven't been able to get hold of enough old cheap gear which I can pour coolant onto at the moment -this may be added to the review at a later date. And i ask If you have any old Components that you don't mind donating for this test, please just PM Me.

(With Out Without the following people and companies for amazing help and support, this would not have been able to happen.)

www.watercoolinguk.co.uk www.alphacool.com www.xspc.biz www.skinneelabs.com http://www.thermochill.co.uk/


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Thanks Rich :D

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That's just a quick skim through, there's probably a few other bits as there always is with these things. Very happy to do a more detailed edit if you want - but it's your review so completely up to you :)

Anyway, good effort with it tbh! :)
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Aaron.. please delete the WatercoolingUK logo mate.. It was sent to you from Thermochill.. It's Thermochill you are reviewing for.

Thanks.

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I would recommend to give the UV Clear coolant a try. Instead of Distilled water with PT Nuke or Kill-coils (Sliver alternative will work). And buy some coloured tubing of your chosen colour to make it more colourful if you still want to avoid Dyes


We don't have a Clear/UV on the market at the moment.. The clear coolant is simply clear with no UV additives at all. It may have deceived you if you put the bottle under the UV light as they are HDPE plastic which is a cloudy natrual colour which does glow under uv light a little.

We have the Clear/UV and UV Red here at the moment ;)

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Alot better.. Looking good mate ;)

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Thanks Rob, last few tweaks and a bit more info on a few sections, ETA of 8PM To be shown to the world.

EDIT:

Change of plan.

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Right, please don't hate me for this, I just want to offer some constructive advice to make it perfect before you go live :)

I would perhaps change some of your wording which does come across a little biased in places - for example in your first line:

Welcome to my review of the New Eco Friendly and Non Conductive coolant from Thermochill.


It's advertised as eco-friendly and non conductive (and I'm sure it is) but as a reviewer that's for you to prove, disprove or not be able to comment on at this time. At the beginning of your review all you can say for sure is it's a new watercooling coolant from Thermochill.

Sorry I know I sound like an arse here but readers will pick things like this apart at every given opportunity, if every word line and paragraph isn't pitch perfect you lose your credibility, however worthwhile your results may actually be.

A bit further down you've put:

Thermochill is the word/brand every water cooling enthusiast knows and has respected for a long time. For the last 7 years Thermochill has produced high performance radiators of the highest quality, and with the new owners settling in nicely, the future continues to look bright for Thermochill.


I'd say this is slight conjecture and the wording bigs it up a bit too much for an unbiased review. I'd rephrase to something like:

"The Thermochill brand is arguably one of the big names in the watercooling world and has been producing performance radiators for the last 7 years."

I might even leave out the bit about the new owners, it slightly implies you're too close to the source.
Anyway it that's sort of thing I'd look at - try and avoid thanking the sponsors more than once and avoid any emotive language that implies you have any bias towards the product or its maker. :)
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Thanks for the comment Rich, as really do apercaite this. Now don't take this the wrong way. But i find it really really hard, to make across what i mean. It's several hours, well more then that make it nearly 7 for the write up.

i have no problem doing the testing. And i know the write would always be hard for me.

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Hey, I'm happy to give as much input on your write-up as is welcome :)

You've got your structure and your data, which are obviously the key bits, just needs a bit of polish on the style IMO
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Rich, i have taken what you have said in to consideration, and have changed a few things.

However i do not want to change things around to much as it would be hard for me to replicate in later reviews.

I understan what you are saying, and i thank you for your comment. I need to keep within my means, and learn to be able to do this with out others Help on the write up.

Will be moved to normal review section in about one hours time.

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Lovely review - but i'd like to see what happend to the feser extreme tests?

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yeah bentlya, nice review mate, but what did the fesser do in the freezing/boiling tests?
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As said, nice review :) What was the feser like?

You reckon the flow of the coloured coolants would be worse?

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Lovely review - but i'd like to see what happend to the feser extreme tests?

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Thanks Bex, The Feser boiling and freezing test i am doing tomorrow and friday, I only had one sasupen which i have promoted to the use of liquid science and there is only a small amount of room in the freezer.

yeah bentlya, nice review mate, but what did the fesser do in the freezing/boiling tests?


Cheers cobalt. As above.


As said, nice review :) What was the feser like?

You reckon the flow of the coloured coolants would be worse?


Thanks Peter, As above with the extreme tests, i'll stick some of the green coolant on my testbench at the weekend to cheack flow and temps of Coloured coolant.




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