I have a built-in desk that is custom cabinetry, built into the wall with a granite top. I have one side I could add a fan to, and the door is solid mahogony. I would like the computer to run 24/7, and do not want the door open except to access a drive, etc. If I were to cut holes in the side of the desk (only 1 side accessible); how many, and what type of fans would be sufficient to support this type of scenario?
you will need to have an intake vent hole as well. otherwise it will just pressurize the cabinet erea. i would vent that whole with a filter as well to lower dust accumulation. the fan can be any size and the local electornics stores sells them for around 5 to ten dollars. you can power it with your pc by running a wire from your pc to the fan once mounted.i would place the vent hole up high and the fan motor down low in the cabinet.
sounds like a plan
Ya you really have to but a fan in there, remember you also need an intake, I would put quite a large one (or two) 120mm fan and an intake (filter if you want to stop dust)
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