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but thats his problem. He cant vent out his room all day becouse its in a garage. he needs an external cooling unit for the hot air comming out of his rig. his room is too hot!

your right about the slime but I think he could just take it outside and spray it out with the hose just put your swamp cooler on a dolly or something, if your in a garage it shouldnt be too hard. but you will have to change it at the first sign of slime. then do the Ira-k cleaning guide!

this is a cheep idea that anyone can do if it dosnt work it wont be a huge waste...im thinking of doing it myself now. all the stuff is sitting right here in front of me lol
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When my old machine got too hot, I took off the side panel and replaced it with a box fan. Worked great.
    
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lol his problem is NOT his rig being too hot...

His problem IS his ROOM is TOO HOT. becouse of his pc.
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Originally Posted by DIRTYDUCK View Post
lol his problem is NOT his rig being too hot...

His problem IS his ROOM is TOO HOT. becouse of his pc.
It's funny how many people are missing that one!


OK Jarhead, if i am getting this correctly you're in a garage, the only openings in this structure is a door and i assume the big garage doors that cars drive through as well. I also recall you saying you don't want to make holes in the brickwork or anything like that. Obviously to get the heat out you need some sort of exit in the structure. Is there any other opening/possible exit? A sink? Someone suggested rigging up a waterflow over your rad so the heated water dribbles down the plug.
If the door is all you've got then i fear your only option is cutting a hole in it to fix an air duct, or at the very least, small holes for coolant tubing.
    
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Did nobody read my homemade swamp cooler post?????????
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Yeah, the only way I can see a reduction on room temps is by using some form of evaporative cooling.
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There should also be a small vent hole near the top of the eves. Get out the dryer hose!
 
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