Too hot? There is more than one way to cool down a PC. Air is a great insulator, so having your PC in the air (like, where it is right now) is a bad idea. Stop doing that. Instead, submerge it in oil.
I saw this thing a while back. I think that it might not be a bright idea to use cooking oil as it gets rancid after a while. But if you’ve got the dough, you could buy those non-conductive coolant fluids that boil at about 60 degrees Celcius and no part of your PC will ever heat above the boiling point. Of course the heat still has to go someplace, since the tank must be sealed as it’s too expensive to let any of the vapour escape.
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