Didn't anyone tell you in science that water conducts electricity due to its impurities?
Originally Posted by b1gapl
I heard about some water coolant for water cooling systems, that is non-conductive and stuff, so when or if it spills, theres no problem. Is this true?
It is called de-ionised water. I have it running around in my system. It is now ionised and conducts electricity. Because the ion's are taken out of the dihydrogen monoxide, it is always searching for them. = now conducting liquid. The closest you will get to non conducting water is distilled water.
Plus if you asked anyone here who 'has a high post count' seriously than we would have told you it was a bad idea.