Ethereum update: Mining in a pool shed (Chlorine gas, humidity, heat)?
Obviously its not the ideal place – i get that. but its secure, has *some* ventilation, and a few unused breakers.
realistically, can poolwater fumes in there have a SERIOUS impact on GPUs? The hot gpu will evaporate and moisture in the airflow, so im not too worried about the heat+humidity aspect.
its mostly that i dont know if a bit of chlorine gas in the evaporating pool water can have more than a slight impact to part lifespan?
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