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Can condensation happen in my pc?

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Its currently winter season here temprature may fall below 10 so while playing games can condensation happen in my pc?

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16 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

It could if the Room ambient drops well below what the computer runs at

My rigs be running at 20c-50c and outside temps would be 10 c will it happen?

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If the PC gets below the ambient temperature of the room then it could see condensation form on or in it.  But you need some very strong cooling to make that happen.  

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Probably nothing, your rig wouldn't run at 50c , it will quickly get down to a lower temperature.

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2 minutes ago, nick name said:

If the PC gets below the ambient temperature of the room then it could see condensation form on or in it.  But you need some very strong cooling to make that happen.  

Lol i just have 2 fans one front and one exhaust it runs at 20- 25 min ig and at gaming goes above 50+

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