Hi guys so I just moved to Puerto Rico and the humidity here is insane. 6 months after arriving I noticed that my gpu cooler fins started getting water staining. The rear io displayport housing started to rust a bit. So i got a few drops of wd-40 on the io plate and it got them right off. I removed the heatsink from the gpu and drenched it on wd-40 for about 5 mins scrubbed it and then used a hair drier to dry and burn off the excess oil and reasembled. Havent had an issue as of yet. However some of the capacitors on my older gpus are starting to rust. and I cant spray wd-40 directly on a gpu since it will short it. I looked up CRC 2-26 which says its a lubricant "safe" for electronics and CRC 3-36 which says its petroleum based so its not safe for plastics. Can this be strayed on pc parts? Or is it just another fancy name for WD-40? Thanks in advance.