OK time for a little update on my condensation proofing.
A fellow member of the forum xie67 has provided me with a few bits and pieces to get this sorted out. (Cheers mate
) My original proofing has been scrapped and I have started again. I tried to stop as much air getting to the cold part of the set-up as possible as that is where and when the condensation starts for it is colder than the ambient air temperature. So far it seems to be doing a much better job as it has been running for 2 hours now and there is very minimal signs of condensation for what I can see which is very minimal.
Here is a few pics of what it has ended up like for the moment.
I have also used larger bolts to go through the motherboard for added strength. I was sick of the piddly little bolts I was using earlier in the build.
A hole is also in the side of the bottom cold plate with a temperature sensor installed which might just be handy.
The power supply has not been purchased as yet as I am still looking into a way to control the voltages to the pelt from the PSU I am going to get from Frozen cpu.
If anybody has any bright ideas then fire away???