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Use Winter Air to Cool a Blindingly-Hot PC

 |  |  |  |  January 12, 2011


Yes we know; gaming PCs can get very hot. There was a time when I had one inside my bedroom and I usually had to turn down the heat when I was playing. Sure, nowadays, you can get liquid-cooled PCs, but an enterprising modder decided to use the cool winter air to get his PC down to manageable temperatures.

winter air pc cooling outside prank real diy mod

While initially I thought that this was a joke, it turned out to be a serious mod. Ultimately, if you PC is generating this much heat, you need to get creative, especially if you are overclocking it. So if your PC is melting your desk, then you should check this out to make sure that it won’t set fire to your bedroom.

If you doubt that this is possible, you can check out all of the pictures of the build here.

[Hack A Day via Ubergizmo]



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