[SOLVED] Is 80% humidity to much for a gaming pc?

k1114

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Let me try to explain it again. Humidity means nothing alone. It's temp combined with humidity. Temps is the deciding factor. If nothing is getting cold enough to condense then it's nothing to worry about. If it is condensing then you've got an issue.
 
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k1114

Titan
Moderator
Let me try to explain it again. Humidity means nothing alone. It's temp combined with humidity. Temps is the deciding factor. If nothing is getting cold enough to condense then it's nothing to worry about. If it is condensing then you've got an issue.
 
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Check your closest weather station and get the "dew point" - if the temp of the PC components are below the dew point, that is when condensation will occur.

Quick solution, when you notice the dew point temp to be a problem just leave the PC running, the components will heat up to operating temps and that will eliminate any condensation.
 
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