We have just returned from CES in Las Vegas where we saw a Raspberry Pi powering HZO's event booth video feed while submerged underwater.
So I just spray it on my mobo and any other devices, making sure it is applied to every nook and cranny and just put it underwater? Does heat dissipation cause the layer of CorrosionX to disintegrate or something?
You definitely do not want to coat anything that will make it water proof, unless it requires 0 thermal transfer, or you have heat pipes connected to it, under the coating, and its radiating somewhere.
I remember when they tried to make ocz tried to make a graphene waterblock.
We all thought that would be the best thing since copper.
Well, graphene is hydrophobic, means its reject waters.
I am assuming that if it makes the components hydrophobic, it will have the same result as graphene waterblocks, which was a expensive failure because you need contact for thermal transfer.
But i am assuming CorrosionX probably makes a hydrophobic layer, somehow radiates the heat out the system otherwise the components would just heat up and shut down.