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Distilled water is probably not enough - it would have to be a high grade of sterile, distilled, deionized water - and even then, it would become contaminated quickly.

TIM on the pins is not much of a problem, unless it is crazy amounts.

Multiple processors with multiple OSes would be a cool thing - but we can't even concieve of the applications. I can see it being part of some industrial control system, where some processors run a stripped, hard core real time OS - while another processor runs a full GUI interface to control the tasks, and yet another to handle all network connections to the process, not just Ethernet, but perhaps hard core industrial interfaces, like SDLC.

Such a system may also be useful in harsh environments, where all processes are run on redundant, arbitrated processor cores...
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a fail way to hold a cpu. get oil all over the IHS and gold contacts. plus is that thermal paste on the right?
Not sure about anyone else, but it makes little to no difference in my experience.

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i wouldnt even put mineral water near a cpu best bet would be 90% alcohol with a micro fiber cloth
Wash anything from a computer with water, give it enough time to dry and it'll be fine, I've washed my keyboard and motherboard like this.

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This could be pretty awesome when its finally finished and released
It won't be, did you read the article?

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LOL, 50% of the responders in this thread only care about the splooge of TIM on the chip...sad...
Indeed, and if it's not an electrically conductive TIM then it'll be fine there as long as the pins still contact the pads.
    
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Cutting edge tech and they put it all in the ugliest server box they could find. C'mon Intel, would a window and a few lights kill you?
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Cutting edge tech and they put it all in the ugliest server box they could find. C'mon Intel, would a window and a few lights kill you?
That would be irrelevant to the people they are targeting.
These chips are meant for servers--hence the rackmount case they used.

Besides, the goods are still visible, so there's no real issue here.
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