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Mineral oil

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i was wondering if mineral oil would be any better or any worse than some other type of oil for those submerged pc cooling experiments. also, does anybody konw where i could get mineral oil in large quantities and how much it would cost?
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well, for starters, find out if it is conductive. If not, go for it. It's not overly viscous so it shouldn't be too bad on low rpm fans.
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