Is the “exhaust” and heat from laptops and computers harmful for one’s health ?Report
This may be a stupid question but here goes…
I have the computers (2) in my room run for extensive periods sometimes. They generate their heat and “exhaust”. Are their any health hazards that are possible in a fully enclosed room (As in the door and windows are usually closed)?
Unless you have a liquid cooled, high performance computer that is leaking coolant from one of the tubes, the answer is “no”.
The exhaust is room air passed over and through a metallic heat sink. It is fine. You should clean the air intake and vents periodically so they do not clog and cause the processor to get too hot.