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Air Chiller

By lokem
Mar 15, 2002
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  1. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,245

    Thats quite interesting but I don't know if I like the idea of all that condensation in my case. Quite the thought out desigh though.
  2. lokem

    lokem TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 773

    Very true. But I suppose that problem can be solved since the in case temp is not always that cold. Correct me if I'm wrong.
  3. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,245

    Well not in my case Lokum. I usually run about 10 degrees cooler inside the case than the CPU is running. To my touch it is fairly warm.....its nice working in my computer room in the winter....its not so nice in the summer....
  4. svtcobra

    svtcobra TechSpot Paladin Posts: 875


    Its the exact opposite for me boeing..in the summer I have central air conditioning cooling my house down alot. In the winter I have the heat on. My ambient temps are probably 10 degrees warmer in the winter.
  5. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,245

    Well I have heat and air in here too but I think I need to add another vent. It can get down to 59 in the winter and in the 80's in the summer.
  6. svtcobra

    svtcobra TechSpot Paladin Posts: 875

    59 in the winter...I wish..I think it was 10 today. Man it gets cold in New England.
  7. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,245

    Thats 59 INSIDE, not out. In Atlanta it does get cold, about 3 days of the year, but I am one of those screwed up replants from the north who like the cold as opposed to the hot...and it gets VERY hot here.
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