To quote O'Reilly on Fox News....Tell me where I'm going wrong here!
I have 6 rack-mounted computers that I use in my studio. They are behind a wall, but still noisy and hot. I'd like to cool them as a unit.
I have devised and designed ALL kinds of systems in my head to do this. All would take time to build and be costly.
Then one day it hit me....use a small refrigerator...use it like a large case and install the mobo, power supplies and hard drives as in a modular system. I can buy a brand new 4.9 cf refrigerator at Best Buy for $199 that is the perfect size. $199 was only a deposit on my more elaborated conceived schemes.
So, before I buy a new refrigerator and modify it for a multiple-computer case, what are the pitfalls and perils?
Is is possible to get the CPUs, hard drives and components too cold? Will there be RFI interference between mobos if they are not wrapped up in individual cases?
Either I'm absolutely crazy or a genius! LOL