Thread: COOLING SUCCESS
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Old 12-08-06, 12:33 AM   #11
williv
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Default Re: COOLING SUCCESS

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Originally Posted by SLippe
Don't you worry about condensation building up inside the tower? I would think as cold as the air is coming in and hitting those warm components, that during snow/rain you could get some moisture build-up. Am I wrong on that? Good idea though.

What's the specs of your rig?

EDIT: Are there fans in the plywood or only on the side panel? Are both tubes intake or outflow or one of each?
Specs in sig now, condensation was my next project.
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