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Old April 24, 2010, 08:01 AM
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Did some digging around. Water needs to be distilled AND deionized to be deemed non-conductive. And as soon as you spill it on your mobo the salt and mineral residue left on your mobo from the soldering process will contaminate it and make it conductive.

I've spilled some of my Feser one non-conductive fluid on my mobo (filled the pci-e slot with my vid card in it, o-ring in the gpu block was leaking) and nothing happened.
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