So I have build a CPU/GPU cooler for as little as $20.
It forms condensation around the outside because it runs around 5 degrees celcius. (It forms ice on the outside block where it is going to mount to the GPU.
Would layering the outside in cheese cloth help pull the moisture away so it evaporates?
The cooler itself is not that large. about 3.5 inches top to bottom, and about 4 x 4 in width/height.
Does anyone have any ideas at all for stopping the moisture? I do not want to short anything out.
Thanks for any help.. I am certain the cheese cloth will work.
Dielectric Grease around any CPU OR GPU, neoprene padding surrounding that, and spraying conformal acrylic coating on the areas surrounding (But not on) the CPU or GPU on the front and back of whatever PCB they are on. It's the most thorough and anally safe way to be certain.