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Old 14th May 2006
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It depends on the thermal design of that system. I'd be suprised if it doesn't work pretty well at an ambient temperature of 100° F - with normal airflow.

But, you've gone and changed the airflow, havent' you?

I imagine the processor has some way to monitor it's own temperature and will take steps to stay alive - read your manual.

Remember that you can add airflow by creating muffled plenums for circulation.

http://www.acousticsciences.com/nois...les_index.html

(for some ideas ^ )




-tINY