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    where to buy?I need something to clean my Motherboard,cooler and gpu.I heard there is something called contact cleaner.But before this I also heard it can be done with some king of engine fuel,like diesel or something.I am guessing I need something alcohol based,non-conductive that evaporates quickly,right?Is this kinda stuff available in our market?
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    Contact cleaner Stadium ei paben, philips er ta best, noile Isopropyl Alcohol kine dekte paren, tobe eita koi available ta ami janina

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    Quote Originally Posted by S_F.darkzone View Post
    where to buy?I need something to clean my Motherboard,cooler and gpu.I heard there is something called contact cleaner.But before this I also heard it can be done with some king of engine fuel,like diesel or something.I am guessing I need something alcohol based,non-conductive that evaporates quickly,right?Is this kinda stuff available in our market?
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    http://www.amazon.com/ArctiClean-60m...ref=pd_cp_pc_1

    amar kase aita ase ... sell korbo ... 2tai brand new .. Cpu and Gpu clean korar jonno Ansilam .. but kokhono use kora hoi naai ... cleaner 2ta 600 takai sell kore dibo

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    Go to a medic shop and ask for "hexisol hand rub". Costs around 35tk.
    70% w/w isopropyl alcohol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznov View Post
    Go to a medic shop and ask for "hexisol hand rub". Costs around 35tk.
    70% w/w isopropyl alcohol
    is it totally harmless for cleaning back side of pcb

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    no,eita kono chemical reaction kore na tai totally healthy for cpu,gpu nd etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    is it totally harmless for cleaning back side of pcb
    ami ota diye cpu gpu heatsink etc clean kori. Kokhono kisu hoenai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.Mactavish View Post
    is it totally harmless for cleaning back side of pcb
    ami ota diye cpu gpu heatsink etc clean kori. Kokhono kisu hoenai.
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    Hexasol FTW! Been using it for ages and no issues so far. Plus its cheap and can be used for a handful of things.

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    My worry is that I also want to use to clean the front side also.There is a lot of dust stuck under the capacitors and all that.I want to completely wash this board.
    Hexasol,hmm? if it has no chem reactions,then I guess I can clean it all.I have a 420 watt old psu,I think I will also give it a go.that thing has half the sahara clinging to it.
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    capacitor o jodi clean koro taile dust blower use koiro naile dust hexisol er sathe mishe kada hoye jabe..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S_F.darkzone View Post
    My worry is that I also want to use to clean the front side also.There is a lot of dust stuck under the capacitors and all that.I want to completely wash this board.
    Hexasol,hmm? if it has no chem reactions,then I guess I can clean it all.I have a 420 watt old psu,I think I will also give it a go.that thing has half the sahara clinging to it.
    Put a little bit of hexasol on a brush and clean that using that. Cleaned my cards today with no side effects whatsoever. Give it a few seconds to evaporate.

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    You can try the following,

    - Get a dust blower from your nearest hardware shop. Open your chassis up, fire up the blower and begin blowing the dust away. While doing this, always try to hold the nozzle of the blower in 45 degree angle instead of directly blowing upon your components. Another thing, once you start, use the blower for 30-40seconds top, release the power button of blower then for approximately 4-5 seconds and keep maintaining this cycle until all apparent dusts blown away.

    - Get a 2" paint brush. See, no matter how effectively you apply the above step, you can still feel the nuisance presence of thin coat of dust in some/many places of your components. Now a paint brush can come as quite handy here. Gently brush over the persistent dust and repeat the prior step for one more time.

    - Most of the dust ought to be blown away by now. You can however, still apply Hexasol for further cleaning. Albeit, Hexasol seems to be quite a decent cleaner for its price but I'd discourage to directly apply this on PCB components like caps and then start cleaning with brush/rug. Rather, use it with the way Rakin stated in preceding post.

    As for contact cleaner, WD-40 is the most popular contact cleaner available around. But due its oily effect, I don't reckon it'd be very wise idea to put it on cleaning purpose. But yeah, this thing sure does its magical charm on several mechanical things around. For instance, you've an old 120mm fan running in your system which seems getting noisy lately. Apply a little WD-40 on fan's hub and see the magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahfuz View Post
    You can try the following,

    - Get a dust blower from your nearest hardware shop. Open your chassis up, fire up the blower and begin blowing the dust away. While doing this, always try to hold the nozzle of the blower in 45 degree angle instead of directly blowing upon your components. Another thing, once you start, use the blower for 30-40seconds top, release the power button of blower then for approximately 4-5 seconds and keep maintaining this cycle until all apparent dusts blown away.

    - Get a 2" paint brush. See, no matter how effectively you apply the above step, you can still feel the nuisance presence of thin coat of dust in some/many places of your components. Now a paint brush can come as quite handy here. Gently brush over the persistent dust and repeat the prior step for one more time.

    - Most of the dust ought to be blown away by now. You can however, still apply Hexasol for further cleaning. Albeit, Hexasol seems to be quite a decent cleaner for its price but I'd discourage to directly apply this on PCB components like caps and then start cleaning with brush/rug. Rather, use it with the way Rakin stated in preceding post.

    As for contact cleaner, WD-40 is the most popular contact cleaner available around. But due its oily effect, I don't reckon it'd be very wise idea to put it on cleaning purpose. But yeah, this thing sure does its magical charm on several mechanical things around. For instance, you've an old 120mm fan running in your system which seems getting noisy lately. Apply a little WD-40 on fan's hub and see the magic.
    bd te wd40 kothai pawa jai amaro ekta kena dorkar silo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif 11 View Post
    bd te wd40 kothai pawa jai amaro ekta kena dorkar silo
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