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post #11 of 22
sounds like you took proper precautions... keep an eye on humidity though...

I really want to do this and being that it hasn't rained in 4 months I prob should hehehe... muahahaha... lol
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sounds like you took proper precautions... keep an eye on humidity though...

I really want to do this and being that it hasn't rained in 4 months I prob should hehehe... muahahaha... lol
Well I live in Hawaii and what's even worse is that it always rains where I live. I haven't had ANY problem with humidity and electronics. Although with instruments...that's another story.
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In the not-so-near future, I'm going to build a case with an A/C built right in. Hot air will be sucked across the coil on the rear of the case and the cold air will be pumped in the front of the case. Will be done using normal refrigeration components and R-12 Freon. Don't worry, I will make a build log for your viewing pleasure. It will probably be at least 6-8 months though, because I will be building a quad system to OC the hell out of!
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In the not-so-near future, I'm going to build a case with an A/C built right in. Hot air will be sucked across the coil on the rear of the case and the cold air will be pumped in the front of the case. Will be done using normal refrigeration components and R-12 Freon. Don't worry, I will make a build log for your viewing pleasure. It will probably be at least 6-8 months though, because I will be building a quad system to OC the hell out of!
That's great! Can't wait to see it.

BTW, I updated my setup. Check it out on the first page.
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In the not-so-near future, I'm going to build a case with an A/C built right in. Hot air will be sucked across the coil on the rear of the case and the cold air will be pumped in the front of the case. Will be done using normal refrigeration components and R-12 Freon. Don't worry, I will make a build log for your viewing pleasure. It will probably be at least 6-8 months though, because I will be building a quad system to OC the hell out of!
Hey Man,

You will probably have to use a reheat coil to keep from recirculating moist air into your rig. You will need some way to control the electric reheat strip via a humidistat. You will also need a hygrometer that will give a constant readout of humidity. This may add up to lots of $$$$$$$$. R-22 will work better for air conditioning and humidity control.
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Made a final update on the front page (Update 3.0).

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post #17 of 22
can't you use smaller tubes and blow the cold air under a laptop stand so the metal stand (heatsink) will become cold allowing the whole laptop be cold ?

also you should put it on a pad anyways since it covers the vents if you just put it on a table
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Wait so your friend has his own place, comes over, cries about a head ache, then you take it down? Id tell him to shove it.

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Wow. Turning a 80w laptop into a 880w laptop so it doesn't run as "hot".
 
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Wait so your friend has his own place, comes over, cries about a head ache, then you take it down? Id tell him to shove it.

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You sound like an awesome friend. tongue.gif
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