1 minute ago, PUTAPEKE said:
thats what happens in all AIO I think, maybe.
that happens even in a Original water of the AIO.
experienced in Corsair AIO 120L (forgot the Fullname), and ID Cooling Frostflow 240L.
if it will happen again, maybe not bad, since that is how it designed to be.
no that's not how they are designed to be. reguar CLC's don't use glycol based coolants. glycol will speed up the process a lot.
why would you want to use car coolant anyway? it is a lot more expensive than regular old demiwater. while demiwater doesn't have all these additives that might harm the loop's integrity.
also, back on the topic of printer ink:
i donlt think the ink will mix with the fluid, and when you turn off the PC it might settle in the components. then when you turn the PC on again, there's a layer of ink over everything, which deminishes cooling performance.