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    PC in car :?

    Hi i just fitted computer in car,,, what you recommend to do or to change something to get better life for PC and monitor ?!

    i mean temperature outside is till -20 C and in summer warm up till +25 C is that ok for PC ?!

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    oh yes and what about subwoofer is that bass can demage something :?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dj_daily_MG View Post
    Hi i just fitted computer in car,,, what you recommend to do or to change something to get better life for PC and monitor ?!

    i mean temperature outside is till -20 C and in summer warm up till +25 C is that ok for PC ?!

    something els
    If you are in a col climate, one very real issue is the fluid around the bearings in the HDD sludging up, causing it not to spin. It's kinda like motor oil in that respect, and you have to warm it up before it will be viscous enough to allow the HDD to turn.
    You can avoid this by using a solid state drive.

    Quote Originally Posted by dj_daily_MG View Post
    oh yes and what about subwoofer is that bass can demage something :?
    The bass shouldn't be an issue.
    If the PC is close to the subwoofer magnet, it could cause damage, though.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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