Condensation will KILL your CPU components, Nice low temps though -.-
Condensation forms not from heat but from moisture in the air.. Cold air carries little moisture.. Warmer air carries more moisture..
Find the dewpoint level in your area and try and keep the air 5-10C higher than the dewpoint..
Of course the air inside your house is not the same as outside, however it still comes from outside and collects very little in moisture as long as you don't leave your shower running 24/7 or use steam to heat your home... Keeping 5/10C higher than the dewpoint should account for this..
Today my home is at 23C inside 16C outside.. Dewpoint is 8C.. I keep my cpu at 18C idle.. No moisture.. But if I go to 10C I start to see moisture on the tubes and block..
This is how it is for me anyway.. In Indiana, we have moist summers and dry winters.. But not nearly as dry as those further up north..
Edited by MuNcHeR23 - 11/4/08 at 11:18am