Originally Posted by miklkit
@doyll You have been ranting about air temps going into the cooler but I have never read where you suggest how it is done.
Now I have this industrial air conditioning thermometer that is probably 50 years old. I use it to check car air conditioning and stuff. Anyhoo, I stuck it in my case and took some picks. Would this be adequate?
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Fair qustion.I assumed it was rather obviou so hadn't explained in detail.
We want the temperature of air entering cooler, so obviously in the airflow in front of cooler.
I usually put it about 3 inches in front of cooler intake about 2/3rds of the way above RAM kinda like these images.
Here is one of the sensors I made from a simple indoor/outdoor thermometer with wired outdoor sensor.
What it the intake temp of that Xmas tree? Edited by doyll - 12/19/14 at 10:21am