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How about using this on fittings in a water cooling loop? If a leak ever happened it wouldn't be able to get out.

Huh?
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post #92 of 97
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"It's potentially dangerous to the point that a user should use gloves and goggles, it can survive temperatures between -30 and 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and abrasions may impact performance."

taken from the source link


Ahh, it probably wouldnt do to well at -180c then.
post #93 of 97
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Ahh, it probably wouldnt do to well at -180c then.
Well, I doubt the PCB would get THAT cold. -30 is probably a little high, though.
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someone should drink this stuff for the lolz
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Before people start putting it on motherboards for subzero benching, we should probably find out if it's conductive biggrin.gif
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This is what my girlfriend uses, she never gets ... wink.gif

i joke
post #97 of 97
What if you used it to coat the inside of a bowl or cup?

Would the world explode?
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