Technically no. But when the computer warms up you will get condensation and that will kill your computer.
If you put it outside and leave it outside then unless it gets rained on it should be fine. Just turn it off and warm it back to room temperature before turning it back on if you bring it back indoors. Ideally unplug it too, cold things into warm air = condensation on the cold things. The computer will be like a glass of cold beer on a warm day
>>52490032 The problem is the interaction between warm air and cold computer. It's not the case that cold things always equals condensation, it's that water in warm air condenses onto cold things because the air loses heat when contacting the cool thing, losing water capacity and therefore dumping the water onto the cold thing.
>>52489979 If your computer is overheating, you should do something about it and change case/cooling instead of nigger-rigging makeshift solutions. If your computer is not overheating, you won't gain anything by putting it outside.
Falling snow may melt and become a water, water is bad for computer. It's also possible that water will condense on metal parts after taking it back to your room.
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