infrared 3 Posted February 18, 2011 Share Posted February 18, 2011 Last summer my room that serves as my "control center" became too uncomfortable during the peek of hot Texas summer temperatures. The house has central cooling with an (imo) over-sized 2 ton AC. The room is situated on the west wall of the home. I have several computers with multiple (lcd) monitors and most of them remain on to perform routine task. Relocating them to another room(attic) and routing cables is not an option. The main heat source is a 37" lcd and an aging media center pc. There is also one other desktop and 2 laptops plus a small netbook in the room. The laptops and netbook rarely are used in the bedroom except to charge. I need ideas on how to cool the room without incurring too much expense or using more electricity. I guess I should start by monitoring the temperatures. hmmm launchpad project!!! Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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