@ Hybrid - check the 1st page and on for continueous updates, most of the info is in the 1st post.
@ HVAC - I bought that Green stuff at a "speciality" auto parts store. I am very suprised to find it where I live for a few reasons, one being the main ingrediant is Alcohol that is super flammable and is potentially harmful to the enviorment and 2 being, it won't get below 0 where I live, heck, won't get anywhere near that, and yet they sell -30F De-icer. I know for shure most of the other colors are banned from sale in Cal due to the alcohol levels.
@ Tuchan - So far nothing has gone wrong, I am passed the hard part of fitting the chiller in the 12 can cooler, all the insulation work is more or less busy work.
Ok, tonight I started with insulating my motherboard. First, I removed my Northbridge fan so I could better insualte the area around that. I used my mom's clear nail polish to coat around the CPU socket and near the northbridge. After that, I used white cork tape on the motherboard's surface to stick and protect the circuits ect. from condensation. It is very sticky, feels a lot like gum, I wish however I would have got the black cork tape and not the white, since my board is black. One last note on the cork tape, DONT compleatly cover the chips (see last pic), expecially the MOSFET chips and the clock frequency chips, otherwise we would have some major problems with overheating and other bad things.
Next up, I need to spread some silicone around the capacitatiors to provent from condenstation build-up and corrosion (needs to be air tight!) and I also need to gap off the memory slots so no air / water will seep under their causing any more problems. Later, I will build up the dielectric grease around the CPU socket so I can have an air tight seal around the processor. Tommrow, I am going to get a custom heater like this for a vapo LS kit
to help me around the backside of the motherboard so I have to do less insulation work, also, this is another form of security against the condensation.