Originally Posted by crashovride02
I think I see what you are saying. But, a large container of hot water in the freezer will be generating heat for some time. I think he would be ok as long as the door was shut for a long period on time to make sure all the moisture from opening said door was gone.
What I mean by generating heat; is that its a source
of heat, as in, the internal energy of the computer is actually making it warmer
. It is actually conducting heat (with the original source being the electricity being supplied to the computer). The glass of water, no matter how warm, will become colder in the freezer. What made it warm was the microwave or stove (for example), not the water itself - unlike the computer.
You could very well be right in the fact no condensation will form on the computer while running inside the freezer. I do not know this for certain. But you cannot use a glass of water (or other warm object not generating its own heat) as a point of comparison to the computer, which is actually conducting heat itself.
Originally Posted by alk
With lower temperature, the air humidity drops due to the airs lowered capacity for storing moisture (Higher air density. Basic gas law, Pv=RT). Therefore condensation would not form if the freezer was sealed shut and temperatures remain below the dew point.
Thank you for explaining that a little more.