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computer room heat gain question
does anyone have a rule of thumb as to how much heat gain there is from a standard desktop computer, like you would have in your house? i have a job where the customer has moved their call center to an interior room within in their space. in this office there are four occupants, and six desk top computers. the size of the room is 280 ft2, 3920 ft3, the space has no exposed walls, and is served by a rooftop unit that serves other areas that require heat, and cool, where this room will only need ac year around. the six desktops are all the same model where on the back it shows 5 amps @ 120 volts. that would add up to 600 watts, and 2,046 btu's each. is this the best assumption to make as to how much heat these computers put out, or does anyone know a better way to go about this. thanks to all.