if you read and talk with people who watercool, they use a lot of glycol anti-freeze, or the glycol pretty stuff you get for computers (same thing one is more pleasant). they dont put 5% or less of it to the pure water they put in. they put up to 50% pure anti-freeze. at least 1/4th the mixture is not water in all setups besides mine that I have seen. the WW allows for the highest possible % of pure water.
as stated before knowledge /= post count.
you are just making this shit up. the only reason anyone puts that amount of glycol into a watercooled system is if its being actively cooled below zero.
glycol/ww/any other additive should be used in an extremely small amount, and preferably not at all.
glycol and ww have both fallen way out of use, in preference to non harmful fungicides, and silver additives, whic dont smell and arent in any way toxic.
you can check this on any well known watercooling site such as www.xtremesystems.org www.bit-tech.net
lastly, someone asks for proof of your numbers, i feel it is utterly inacceptable to launch a personal attack against that person instead. why do it? i merely asked a simple question.