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post #11 of 18
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yes but that means limited movement in the window, and other problems like not being able to close it all the way.
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post #12 of 18
Hey Swamp Man,

Make a plenum adapter to fit the bottom of your partially open window. Since you would be using 4" dryer hose, make that adapter about 6 inches tall and the width of the window, and install a 4" flange for the hose. The flange could be installed at one end of the adapter for cosmetic appearance, and you could even use a couple of 4" elbows to make it look better by running it close to the walls and into the corners. However, by doing it this way, you would need the blower fan I mentioned earlier. The adapter could be made in such a manner as to allow its removal by just opening the window enough. Also, don`t forget to put bird screen and a small weather hood on the outlet end of that plenum. You could paint the hose and plenum the same color as your room, or whatever other color you want. You would also need to make a flange for the hose to fit the outlet side of your rig.
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post #13 of 18
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that is a good idea, but I want to be able to shut my window.

I found a circular phone jack outlet right by my computer area. The hole for the jack goes into the dead space mentioned before. I think I will pump the hot air through the unused phone jack hole. The dead space has a unfanned vent, so the air being pumped in there can still make it out. The opening is 3.5" so I will use a 12+cm fan, and have that funneled out through that smaller opening.
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post #14 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by Snerp
Dryer vents would work too.
Yep, thats what I use. Look at my profile picture.
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post #15 of 18
That will work as long as there is not much restriction, though I think there might be for the fan you have in mind. I would still go with the blower, as its design will overcome a lot of restriction. Also, the plenum design I mentioned would still allow the window to close to the top of the plenum and keep out the weather. You could screw in some angle stops on the window tracks to keep it secure from entry, if that`s what you`re worried about.
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post #16 of 18
I have this problem too.. room heat up when pc loaded.. so I made a cardboard air duct. Sorry its very ugly because I don't have the right material for this but it works. My room now is cooler and the air flow inside my pc is good also.

Some pics of my ugly air duct.

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post #17 of 18
Lol, what is this word "outtake" I see everywhere around here? People... Try exhaust.
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post #18 of 18
Opposite of in is out so opposite of intake is outtake :lol:
I had the same problem with my old case. The hot exhaust would literally create a "hot spot" around my desk.
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