Lower temps are always a good thing with any system but there are a few differences to consider between the articles 13yr old approach and todays. Those guys were using relatively small tubes with an extended misting duration and coarse mist. A small chamber choked with wet roots would be very susceptable to issues from high temps. A large chamber filled with superfine mist every minute or so will fair much better unless the nutes in the accumulator are way above room temp.Yes i agree but the temp that they used makes sense with all the set ups i have read about and seen this is a learning curve everyone is going threw we all need to take the good the bad and the ugly and learn from it. it`s like a puzzle what really works the best. No one person is the expert that i can tell.
My chamber temp is currently 71.2F with 97% RH, over the last 2-3days the min/max hygro-thermometer in the chamber recorded a maximum 81.6F with 95% RH and a minimum 68.4F with 96% RH. My roots are in slightly better shape than theirs.