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Don't put it in rice. Put it in the refrigerator unpowered (the computer not the fridge). Refrigerators suck the moisture out of everything (aka a dehumidifier)... which is why this works better than the rice thing. Don't do this unless the change in temp is nominal from fridge to room temp as this will cause condensation build up further screwing your components.
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Take out all the components. Put them in 1 minute rice. Wait 48 hours.
     
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DISASSEMBLE IT ALL!! Strip the graphic card, strip the heat sinks on mobo and strip the PSU. One drop can kill it. Wait a couple days for it to dry out.
Dont strip the PSU. That may cause more hard than just letting it sit for a while with a fan blowing on it....
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So I spilled a cup of water all over my sig rig. The case is an Antec 900, so naturally 95% of the water went *into* the case through the big 200mm (or whatever it is) fan hole on top.
I don't have anything else to suggest that hasn't already been said, however I am curious, you didn't have that cup of water sitting in the mini area near the top fan, did you?
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post #15 of 33
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Don't put it in rice. Put it in the refrigerator unpowered (the computer not the fridge). Refrigerators suck the moisture out of everything (aka a dehumidifier)... which is why this works better than the rice thing. Don't do this unless the change in temp is nominal from fridge to room temp as this will cause condensation build up further screwing your components.
uuuuuh. the rice method works perfectly if done correctly (read: ASAP and long enough) and no need to worry about condensation.

so yes, put it in rice.
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Take apart your system completely and find where you have the spill at. Go get yourself some rubbing alcohol bottles from the store go with the cheap stuff. With cotton balls and q-tips try to wipe off as much of the coffee off as you can especially if you had sugar in it. then wait a week at least for those spots that may have been missed that need drying. I have heard of people submersing keyboards in alcohol and letting them dry for a while before trying but let that be your last resort. GL!
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post #17 of 33
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Take apart your system completely and find where you have the spill at. Go get yourself some rubbing alcohol bottles from the store go with the cheap stuff. With cotton balls and q-tips try to wipe off as much of the coffee off as you can especially if you had sugar in it. then wait a week at least for those spots that may have been missed that need drying. I have heard of people submersing keyboards in alcohol and letting them dry for a while before trying but let that be your last resort. GL!
COFFEE? where did you read that?.
     
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Take apart your system completely and find where you have the spill at. Go get yourself some rubbing alcohol bottles from the store go with the cheap stuff. With cotton balls and q-tips try to wipe off as much of the coffee off as you can especially if you had sugar in it. then wait a week at least for those spots that may have been missed that need drying. I have heard of people submersing keyboards in alcohol and letting them dry for a while before trying but let that be your last resort. GL!
I've had friends phones which went through the wash that I've dipped in rubbing alcohol plus drying time and they worked for at least another year afterwards. I'm pretty sure it was just water he spilled though, which is lucky.
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post #19 of 33
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Take apart your system completely and find where you have the spill at. Go get yourself some rubbing alcohol bottles from the store go with the cheap stuff. With cotton balls and q-tips try to wipe off as much of the coffee off as you can especially if you had sugar in it. then wait a week at least for those spots that may have been missed that need drying. I have heard of people submersing keyboards in alcohol and letting them dry for a while before trying but let that be your last resort. GL!
It was a cup of water.
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I did this once like 5-6 years ago. I did what the others are saying, take it apart and let it dry for a few days. Everything worked fine for me, hope it all works for you too.
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