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..heh i must be bored..
Polar solvents like water disolve these salts easily so keep them from your pc (but pure water is a poor conductor).
However organic solvents like oils tend not to allow ions to dissolve in them, so no charged particles moving, so no current flowing.
So in theory, you are safe with oil in the pc. Don`t hold me to that though! Overheating will be a problem eventually if it is sealed, cause the heat will build up and not be released.
Also, anything to stop this noisy fan blowing away, I can hear it from downstairs!
The only reason I can see to have a liquid cooled system is if your overclocking. With prices of processors so cheap these days its not worth it.
I would water cool a computer for a fun project but I would never have one as my main computer.
Runs on a Calfon processor, come with it`s own net and fish flakes. Send off for the Cow embryo like you do ants for and ant farm!
Yes I did make this myself and it is photoshopped :)
...and when it gets hot enough you can make fries!
I mean cooking oil is flammable.But I guess it is a kool idea, and if you put dye in the oil you can have different colors in the tank :-D