Thanks in advance
What looks like moisture is actually the result of the release of compression on the nitrogen coming from the can.
The process is called adiabatic cooling.
A gas under pressure will drop in temperature as a result of pressure being released.
This makes the can frosty, and makes the nitrogen coming out appear to be like water vapor.
But it's perfectly safe for electronics.
Only thing I have done is run DayZ, which due to its poor optimization has the following launch options
-nosplash -noPause -cpuCount=4 -maxMem =3981 -exThreads=4 -maxVram=3072 -winxp
Edit- I say this because it recently came up in preclass conversation before one of the courses I lecture.
[Edited by Dhampy, 2/11/2014 5:30:08 PM]
One of my old acquaintances from high school got hooked on "huffing duster"... she was attractive and rather intelligent... now as I understand it, she is essentially a walking vegetable.
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