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Nice! Yeah, I'm currently GPU mining, but i couldn't pass up the opportunity to get some ASIC S9's when i had the chance.
Supply air ^
Exhaust is being pushed out a vent. In terms of it overheating, the S9 has a shut off at x temp feature, but yeah, i definitely don't want that to happen.
These things sound like an airplane is taking off.
I'm going to have 3 separate coolers at one point. Do you guys think I could keep a garage cool with just one of those (link located below) or should i consider 2? I live in a part in CA where it gets 100-110 in the summer.
I do, my AC is actually located near my garage. What would I expect to pay to have my AC hooked up to the garage?
Also, couldn't I get by if I just bought something like this?
In terms of humidity, I'm on the west coast (CA)
The roll around one I have works with both horizontal and vertical sliding windows.
I got it because my apartment building doesn't allow us to have the box air conditioner units that stick out. The one I have has a vent hose that goes out any window. Comes with a bracket to seal off the open part of the window. here's the one I bought off of Amazon It's more expensive than it was last year apparently.
It seems you can even put it in the cigarette charger.
I don´t know if this is an option for you. And maybe I´m way off with how much power it actually uses, but apparently it takes 240 watts. I haven´t been looking into the whole solarpower thing yet, but 2 solar panels might cover it. And it has a lot of good reviews, that´s always a plus.
I found your solution
They make much cheaper models, but those are really only suited for hot/dry climates. I'm assuming Philly is pretty humid. This unit actually takes the humidity out of the air and evaporates it to cool off the room. It's cheaper than an ac and will work better than 4 fans blowing hot air on you
I live without AC and it's not so bad as long as you have a fan and a house built off the ground with lots of screen windows.
That said, something to cool like less than 350 sq feet is like $350 through amazon. And you could always take it with you. Now i live in less than 200 sq ft so that seems like a good deal to me. I realize most people's bedrooms are likely 350 sq ft and their houses are super inefficiently large. [link]
This is what I got. [link]
I chose this one because I didn't want a typical window unit hanging outside. This one has wheels and you just open the window a little for the exhaust.
I bought this used for $150 amd it has been a life saver. Would cool my apt living room very quickly.
supply air is very important
Are we allowed to bring a small portable A/C unit? Something like this that does not sit in the window:
Just got back from buying one of these portable units from Best Buy. The Washington Square location had about 10 of them in stock, priced at $449 on the floor. Price-matching to Amazon was easy, literally just showed them my phone, bringing the price to $349.
I spent a couple of hours researching models in the $300-$500 range and this one was consistently rated well (#1 selling model on Amazon too).
Hope this helps!
Google runs their data centers at 80F [link]
But if you want it cooler, buy a independent AC
And instead of a fan duct run the exhaust duct.
Also close the door to the server room, and it should be locked. You don't want people poking around in there
We had a few "closets" at my old job in some dorms that did not have AC.
Is a portable AC unit an option?