I have a client who has a pottery studio. They have two desktop computers that they cover with a soft plastic when not in use. The other day, I got a call that one of the computers was dead -- no power. I got there and the computer was immaculate on the outside, and full of fine pottery dust on the inside. It seems as though the dust caused a short and fried the board. Pulled the hard drive, was fine, and got the data off.
The question is, is there a case that we can put a new tower in to lessen the chance of this happening again? I am thinking some sort of box that will let the unit breathe while on.