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HoratioJackson

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Joined
May 10, 2003
it seems that alot of people can cool their systems where they have to worry about condensation. can someone who has actually prevented it from ruining their computer please tell me how to get rid of it? post a pic if you can.

thanks
hj
 

KILLorBE

Member
Joined
Mar 28, 2001
Location
The Netherlands
Welcome to the forums.

All you need to do is insulate the parts that get real cold with some neoprene or closed cell foam and silicone.

Some pics and a how-to can be found here.
 

I.M.O.G.

Glorious Leader
Joined
Nov 12, 2002
Location
Rootstown, OH
Condensation depends on surface temperature, air temperature, humidity, and air pressure. Air pressure is negligible if your region is relatively close to 1ATM.

This chart shows the surface temperatures (in black) that condesation will begin to form at:
condensationchart.gif


Chart is by and from Bladerunner of these forums.