other forums where people talk about condensation...
yea, i wouldnt take anything a baboon says to heart.
the only resonable information posted, was someone sayed that the heat output of the pc would overload the fridge. but thats not specific enough, he didnt say what the BTU limit on the fridge had to be, or if he tested it and experienced a failur? none of witch i doubt he did.
a freezer has more then enough cooling power then a cpu requires, and i would guess that a mini-fridge would also work to less extent. either way, that guys assumption can easily be tested either by = intalling a thermomiter to read the internal fridge temps when u put your pc in it, or = stick your little brother in the mini-fridge at the store b4 u buy it, and see if it overloads.