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Old 27th June, 2007, 02:39 PM
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looks good to me, personally i'd disable those fans designed for moving air with some designed to shift around oil.
I see its light dino oil, the only real issue i can see is if it breaks down over time or with heat as there will still be some rather toasty spots. Injecting the air like that was abit foolish.

Also i wonder what the corrosion rates are like under that oil.

In most cases oil will drastically lower corrosion rates of things like steel (as it forms a barrier keeping the oxygen away from the iron) however computers contain alot of exotic compounds ... will one of them react over time ...
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