This may be in the wrong section so if it is I apologize.
I'm trying to significantly reduce the temperature of my computer's RAM so I can preserve it's contents during a PC reboot. I read about the method in this paper.
While the RAM is still at about -50 degrees Celsius, is it okay to restart the computer? Will RAM function at that temperature? Or will the cold be electrically inhibiting it in some way?
Also, there's bound to be some spillover to other components of the liquid I'm using. I'm using those standard dust cleaner cans. Will this cause any problems? Also, will the RAM and computer components being wet with that liquid cause any problems?