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im trying to make a cooling device for my computer, and i cant find the type of substance with the properties that i want. they are liquid, non-conductive, low specific heat(this is were it absorbs heat fast like copper right?), and not extreemly viscous(a fan needs to be able to circulate it). What i want to do is submerge all of my computer parts in it to keep them cool. Thanks for reading my question. forest
Re: Is there a liquid that is non-conductive and has a low specific heat?
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