So here's an interesting dilemma. My desktop an AMD 3500+ Venice Core, has always run pretty cool on with a Koolance Water cooling system. I recently dismantled the computer as it was very dusty over the years and thoroughly cleaned it and drained and replaced the coolant.
Instead of replacing it with the Koolance coolant, I replaced it with PC Ice. Unless my computer is malfunctioning elsewhere (doubtful because I did a clean install also), it is running incredibly hot. Before, my system would probably peak at about 110 with heavy multitasking and running large video editing programs, but now it will go into the 130s and shutdown unless I have a giant fan running next to it without the case cover on. The reservoir is full and there is plent of coolant.
So the question is, has anyone used PC Ice and is it really a bad coolant? If so, then what is the best or atleast better coolant to use. If not, is there something I may be overlooking?