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#1 (permalink)      1/28/2019 8:19:51 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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E-juice and computer damage?
I sit here and vape much of the day. Could I ruin my computer? Maybe the screen, but my case is on the floor, so should be safe?
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No problem. It might get a little foggy like windows do but it cleans up just fine with Windex.

If you used to smoke at your computer you were filling it up with sticky tar. Now it's just glycerine. No worries.
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It can puddle up inside the case of laptops... Imagine it has to do with how much you vape and in which direction you exhale... Should have photoed a few of mine in the past... Anyway am much more careful of the direction of the exhale these days ;)
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#4 (permalink)      1/28/2019 9:07:58 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thanks to both of you! :)
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No problem at all with vapoooors. But be carefull with liquid bootles spills, had to change my trackpad for dropping an entire ejuice bottle over it. It immediately dis controlled
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Jollyyeeah wrote:

I sit here and vape much of the day. Could I ruin my computer? Maybe the screen, but my case is on the floor, so should be safe?



If you got more than 60% VG then in time you can clog the coolers blades from your device, VG sticks with the dust particles...

Is better to use an air purifier device or an dehumidifier when you vape.


*My 2 cents


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The chip cooling fan draws air in constantly and i get a failure about once a year...

Not a big problem if you have a plan on it and you back up regularly, I just loose my laptop for about a week once a year and just swap to ipad.

so yes for me it is a small issue....
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friend of mine is a cloudchaser and gamer. he vaped while gaming and after a year his pc died. he openend it up and the bottom of it was full of condensate. and i mean full. he could fill a bottle with it. now it is only mtl for him when he is gaming.
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I have found that letting in air solves the problem to a large degree. If you are in a sealed room with no ventilation the condensation will be much worse. Doesn't have to be much, a small gap in the window goes a long way.
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Vapor is sticky, dust likes sticky, your computer will have sticky dust, as opposed to the loose, dry dust one usually gets inside computers.
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https://www.silverstonetek.com/techtalk_cont.php?tid=wh_positive&area=en

When intake fans' combined airflow is greater than exhaust, a positive pressure is created inside the chassis. Conversely, when the airflow is greater for exhaust than it is for intake, a negative pressure is created. How does positive and negative pressure affect airflow in a chassis?

I got negative, it might help.

EDIT: I got a positive. Three in and one water cooling CPU fan out. That's best cause dust isn't drawn in thru cracks, as with negative airflow.

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