Originally Posted by Grantofhell
Right, but if it's conductive, it has the potential to be corrosive. That is the end-goal - avoid corroded liquid blocks.
Ah. Okay. Is stuff not made with quality parts though? I mean, if you think about a car radiator, the liquid running through that would technically be conductive and corrosive over time, too, but you don't see people changing their antifreeze and radiator fittings all the time just for the heck of it...does it depend on the heat block and stuff or?