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Ceiling fans…? Not mine but this is something someone here would definitely do

Ceiling fans…? Not mine but this is something someone here would definitely do

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  1. I’ve never done this but I’ve worked places where we used several of those $500 portable ac units ducted into the drop ceiling for a small server room. We had redundancy with a spare unit on hand in case one died. It’s amazing how much heat you dump up there, it actually worked fairly well. I’d not do it again because I won’t work somewhere cheap enough you have to do stuff like that again. I’d imagine this is actually effective too.

  2. This effort’s heart is in the right place… But:

    * I’d use fewer larger, high-quality industrial fans* strategically placed versus a bunch of residential fans in such a haphazard configuration.
    * These residential box fans are not built for the 24/7 high duty-cycle needed for this application.
    * I’d also not put them so far into the aisles.
    * Airflow is blocked by boxes.
    * This large of an inductive load sourced from low-grade residential wiring is asking for a fire.

    Edit: *Since there are multiple rows of servers, along with many Cisco boxes strewn about, we know they can afford industrial/commercial grade fans (which can be had for under $150/ea).

  3. Ok, so air is moving which is fine, but how does the heat actually get out of the room?

  4. Without intake/exhaust ventilation it’s just a convection oven…

  5. I am not above doing this. I have also infrequently though of making a modded pc case that incorporates such a large fan… Seems like the more financially superior option.

  6. HVAC in the IDF? How much????????????

    Nah, here’s $100, run to Walmart and pick up a couple of fans.

  7. Half the AWS data centers just turn on an exhaust fan to blow the hot aisle containment air outside a draw outdoor air in through a filter rack.

  8. I had one in production… broken exhaust vent. It worked…

  9. As temporary or small build maybe OK, but long term those fans are not energy efficient.

  10. Ngl I sort of did this for a while… In my early days of hoarding whenever I had to leave my cheap hardware running for a significant period of time I’d just sort of point my desk fan and/or box fan at it to keep it from overheating.

  11. I’m also on the PC build sub… can I just say it’s nice to see a fan every once in a while that doesn’t glow and change colors?

  12. No joke I did this at one place I worked. We didn’t have a huge rack of gear just a main server, an RDP machine and some network gear. Always got hot in there (obviously) so we put a box fan up in the ceiling and cut the tile to allow flow up to the plenum return. Kept it cooler in there after that

  13. I had a “window-fan” which would automatically turn on when my server room was hotter then outside. it worked well.

    But, now, its nice and cool outside! So, I open the server-room door, and it provides free heating to my house!

  14. genuine question, are they setup as an intake or outtake fans?

  15. People on r/homelab probably have something like this too.

  16. Lots of fans and very little way for the heat to actually leave? Like most people’s PC cases.

  17. Winter is coming, can’t wait to be warmed up by my spinny disks.