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WT

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Yea, I know...I leave that freezer CLOSED all the time because I have used ABSOLUTELY NO CONDENSATION PROTECTION. So opening the freezer door while the PC is working is almost certain blow-up. Only time im gonna open it is if my PC is closed and I have enough time to let it dry.

Ill have pictures in a few days maybe, im gonna open it up soon. But I would like it it someone would give me some tips on how to "overclock" my freezer in order to deal with the heat created by the PC, so I could fix it sooner.
 

WarriorII

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I read an article about a year ago, where the PCB was put into a plastic "zip" lock baggie. Then went into the fridge.
I have no idea of how ur's is set up, or how well this works.

Keeps it cold, and dry I guess.

:cool:
 

JFettig

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IDEA!

ok shut off your computer and open the fridge, and time how long it takes to see condensation on your board.....
 

Shroomer

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If you don't run 24/7, you can put a container of ICE in there as a buffer for when you are running.
 

Zazuk

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Have air blowing on the cooling coils for the freezer. The colder the freon going to the evaporator the colder the inside. Well that is my 2 cents but with today's prices it wont get you far.:D
 

Shroomer

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Yes! Why didn't I think of that! Get a fan and put it on there. Maybe a small box fan on low.
 
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WT

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I have them up on the net right not but I still need to make a link... This whole thread is actually an accident, I pressed on "new thread" instead of "reply" in another post. My bad. Althought you guys will have pictures soon.