Can mineral oil result to the rusting of computer components? Tags: CPUs Computer Components Last response: February 21, 2010 11:35 AM in CPUs Share aira_doria February 21, 2010 9:36:04 AM can mineral oil result to the rusting of computer components? More about : mineral oil result rusting computer components Reynod a b à CPUs February 21, 2010 9:49:13 AM Unlikely unless it has a high level of acidity. Some mineral oils (if you get them on the electronic components) can adversely effect the components ... so I strongly recommend you clean any oil you got inside the PC off. Use some cotton wool buds and a light solvent to remove the oil. Does this help answer your question? I realise your English is a bit rusty so please clarify your request a bit further. badge ... please don't post. lucuis February 21, 2010 11:35:41 AM No, it's an oil, if anything it'll help protect against oxidation. Messy, wouldn't recommend it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumMineral Oil vs. Water in Liquid Cooling System. ForumWater Cooling? Mineral Oil is KING for NO NOISE and great Temperatures ForumMineral Oil Submerged PC and Overclocking ForumPeltier (TEC) + Water + Mineral oil idea/question ForumAdvantages of mineral oil computer system ForumMineral oil computer ForumMineral Oil Cooling to Become Mainstream? ForumMineral oil PC ForumThoughts on home build, mineral oil submerged system ForumMineral oil cooling, honest opinion? ForumToo cool to be True, Mineral Oil Submerged PC! ForumMineral oil instead of water ForumOil Cooled computer , in a water bath ForumWhy noit to use an aquarium for a computer submerged in oil ForumPSU Help Forum[Solved] Can i use this? ForumHow hot is too hot for my computer? ForumComputer Shuts down immediately (RAID) ForumCan I upgrade my Gateway GM5066b to a quad processor ForumCan I Get a 2 socket Xeon Mobo, add 1 cpu, add 2nd later (when $$) More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !