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We have a few computers in a dust proof console. With the
warmer weather it is getting way too hot in there. What is
the best way to cool them without going to expensive
Just get a short section of hot water radiator and hook it
up to cold water. Mount it in the top of the cabinet.
Adjust the flow to a slow trickle and use an electric valve
from a dishwasher or washing machine so that you can
shut it off at night or when the temperature is cooler
with just a push button.
The drain pipe or hose should exit into a sink or
eaves trough or anything that is higher up than the radiator.
Usually the fans in the computers create enough turbulence
in a cabinet, but you can always mount a fan from an old
power supply to blow across the radiator. Any reasonably
quiet fan will do for that.
Don't worry about condensation. You aren't using fresh air.
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