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In a computer enviroment ,what should the ambient temprature be?

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by XpertDragon In reply to ambient temprature

All depends, are you referring to a Computer Center Computer environment or a Home Office Computer Environment? Either way, with Summer here, it is easy to let your computer get too overheated in a poor ventilated room. The Ambient Temperature for ideal computing would be bettwen 64 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit. You could even possibly get away with temperatures up to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. The More Servers, or PCs or Mid-range Servers that you have in one room, or enclosed in one area raisesthe temperature risk, and tolerance factor.

Paul M. Chavez

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by harold.smit In reply to ambient temprature

Roomtemperature is bullshit, because that means if your room is on roomtemperature, your CPU will be at least 50 to 55 degrees Celsius, if not higher, so the lower the temperature the better.
if you can keep the room below 20 degrees celsius

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