Air conditioner = Condensation (Water Damage) to Computer? Tags: Desktops Computers Components Last response: October 4, 2012 3:54 AM in Components Share kraver0 October 4, 2012 3:34:05 AM I am very paranoid about this... and a little confused. Is turning on the air conditioner bad for the hardware in my computer due to condensation? I live in a really small single-room (dorm at college) and it gets a little hot in my room if I don't have the AC on. I live in Chicago, so it's usually cold outside. My desktop is NOT placed right next to my AC vent; however, since it's a small room, you can say that my desktop is sort of close to the vent. I really want to get this straight, so I'll never have to be paranoid about this issue again: Can turning on the air conditioner cause condensation (water damage) to the components of my computer? More about : air conditioner condensation water damage computer duxducis October 4, 2012 3:54:53 AM condensation best forms on cold surfaces in humid hot temperature, there nothing cold inside PC case to condense so you are safe you can use computers outside in freezing cold weather no problem as far as i know the only way to create condensation inside PC is to bring it from freezing cold weather inside humid hot room, Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumI saw an air conditioner for 5.25 bays of cases ForumMini Air Conditioner ForumAir conditioner to cool PC done right! ForumCONDENSATION IN MY PC ForumCANT GET RID OF CONDENSATION Air Cooled ForumWater vs air in a high temp environment ForumPC Air Conditioners? ForumWould air from 2 fans negatively interact & reduce flow? ForumWatercooling: Radiator or Condenser? ForumAir cooling advice ForumUsing air conditioner to cool my case? ForumWill this set up damage my computer ? (Pics and results) ForumWill condensation form in my computer when... ForumAir Conditioned Case ForumAbsolute Best Air Heat Sink - Help ForumPSU Help Forum[Solved] Best Computer Case for my Budget? ForumComputer Will Not Post ForumComputer ForumA computer's memory chip More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !