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I was looking for something to coat the backside of my board.Anyways check out the link below and tell me what you think.

http://www.themanstoreonline.com/Pro...Show=TechSpecs


Also curious what most of you use to seal the front side of your board. I plan on using alot of dieelectric grease in the socket and neoprine and all but also looking into somehting to provide even more protection like maybe liquid electrical tape or maybe clear finger nail polish.anywas your ideas are welcome.
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i dont see why the spray wouldnt work but i would imagine you would have to be super careful how you spray it so as not to seal anything you need to conduct,memory slots and stuff. i used nail polish clear coat here and there but did not coat the whole thing just areas i could see that may be problem spots
    
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I think that stuff looks like a viable option for sealing your mb. Assuming you take the proper precautions sealing the areas that you don't want to spray, this may be a very good option.
    
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Did a quick google for the spray on laquer. Check this out...

http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=...oogle&ct=title
    
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Here is spray Conformal, kind of expensive though...Silicone Conformal Coating - 12oz. Aerosol - FrozenCPU.com
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