Try it!!!! (Was - Re: One More PCB Dishwasher Question)

From: Ben Franchuk <>
Date: Sat Dec 29 13:31:02 2001

William Donzelli wrote:
> > But is not that change the same as going from COLD to HOT when you apply
> > power to the chip under normal operation of the computer?
> For the big stuff, sure. Not for the small stuff (glue, I/O, memory, and
> other stuff that does not suck much power).
> Here is a test. Boil some water in a big pot, as if you were to make
> pasta. Turn the gas off, let it cool just a few seconds, then dump all your
> favorite chips in. I am sure one will not comeout alive (or maybe crippled).
> William Donzelli

Now who would want soggy french fries ... My favorite chip!
I expect there are better ways to clean a board rather
than in the dishwasher.
While you hear a lot about 'classic' common old CPU's -- apple, radio
commodore do people find any homebrewed computers did that all stop when
the S-100 bus came out?
Ben Franchuk - Dawn * 12/24 bit cpu *
Received on Sat Dec 29 2001 - 13:31:02 GMT

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