- Jul 5, 2013
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Have you tried a soft toothbrush, 90%+ IPA and an air blower of some kind to clean it all out? As long as the liquid hasn't been there long, you should be able to clean that up quickly and with no lasting effects.Well when I was installing my new NVME drive. Like a dufus I allowed a drop of coolant to escape my quick connect. I guess it dropped on my RAM because I no longer can get 3600 but only 2400. I have had these in my save for later card on Newegg for months. I paid just under $300 for these but they will be the last set of DDR4 RAM that I will buy.
I have, never had any ill effects. Not saying it can't happen though, just that it's unlikely if you keep them away from the drives. I feel for you on the data loss though. That really sucks. Been there, which is why I'm so ardent about doing backups.Gunna say go try that yourself, as i've lost terabytes of data do someone with a f*cking phones magnetic case being sat on top of it