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Mineral oil submerged computer

Sunday, May 13, 2007


Do you know that mineral oil is a byproduct of petroleum and it does not conduct electricity? Now imagine what if you put all your computer parts into an aquarium full of mineral oil?


The above video is from Pugetsystems and their website has other interesting information and statistics on the practical implementation of the same. I'd try only if there is a non electric, non corroding, always cool liquid available.

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