I am currently building a specialized computer. One of the parts I ordered includes a clip to hold it to another part (there's no real tension, it's just a clip). Since there is almost no tension on the clip, a little super glue I think should be fine to repair it.
I am trying to find out if there are any super-glues (non-epoxy) which can be used for higher heat applications? According to the loctite website, it's good to about 82 degrees celsius. The same for gorilla glue.
In a perfect world, my operating temperature will never exceed 65 degrees celsius, but that's a sunny day scenario. If some fans die, it could easily skyrocket from 80-90 degrees celsius before the system locks up from overheating. I need to make sure that the clip doesn't come apart as a result of that heat since it could damage other components if it came loose.