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Recommended liquids for XMG OASIS

This page lists liquids that are recommended for XMG OASIS. The choice of goods liquids can have effects on the long-term durability of the product. No matter which liquid you choose, we recommend draining and replacing the liquid every 3 months.

Last update: November 22, 2022


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Due to a probable incompatibility with some PC liquid cooling solutions and the PC/ABS plastics used in some of the connections, we recommend to use distilled water only.

Available in various grades:




DIN 13060, DIN 43530 & EN 285

Distilled water.


VDE 0510

Is often advertised as “distilled”, but in reality it might only be “demineralised” and thus not as pure as true, distilled water.

Not recommended for long-term use.

(not specified)

Some products may be advertised as “distilled” but not include any norm declaration.

Not recommended for long-term use.

Where to buy distilled water: offline/retail

You should be able to buy distilled water of various grades in these places:

If you can not find the recommended norm product, it is OK to use a lesser grade for a while. You can soon replace it by a product sourced online for long-term usage.

Where to buy distilled water: online

This is a list of online shops selling true, distilled water under the norm DIN 13060, DIN 43530 & EN 285.

This list may not be complete - especially not for European countries outside of Germany. If you want to recommend other sources, please contact us by e-mail.


Name of online shop




Destilliertes Wasser (DIN 13060, DIN 43530 & EN 285) - 2x 1 Liter



destilliertes Wasser 1 Liter JMC


Other European Countries

Name of online shop



Water Cooling UK

Distilled water (DIN 13060, DIN 43530 and EN 285) - 1 liter


Distilled water (DIN 13060, DIN 43530 & EN 285) - 1 Liter


Destilliertes Wasser (DIN 13060, DIN 43530 & EN 285) - 1 Liter


Eau déminéralisée biesterfeld (din 13060, din 43530 a en 285) - 1 litre



Due to a known incompatibility between some PC cooling fluids and the PC/ABS plastic connectors used in XMG OASIS (Mk. 1, Rev. 1), we expressly advise against using PC cooling fluids with anti-corrosion, anti-freezing or other additives.

In a new revision (Mk. 1, Rev. 2) these PC/ABS components have been replaced by components made of POM (polyoxymethylene). These components are resistant to the usual additives in cooling liquids. Nevertheless, we still advise against using coolants with additives for the following reasons:

1) There is not yet sufficient long-term practical experience beyond standardised tests in the laboratory.

2) Even aside from defects or wear, liquid can occasionally leak out, which means that corresponding additives/chemicals can come into contact with the skin, desk or utensils. Common PC cooling liquids are not acutely harmful to health if they come into contact with the skin, but they should not get into the eyes, for example. A safety data sheet of EK CryoFuel with a list of the additives contained and safety instructions can be found here. Other PC cooling liquids have similar recipes.

Liquid may escape in droplets when disconnecting the hoses from the laptop. Larger amounts may also leak if the screw caps on the front of the XMG OASIS cooling unit are not fully screwed down.

Last update: November 22, 2022