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On the other hand , water cooling removes heat from a heat source and dump it into the external environment via radiator. Can I actually use this principle and remove heat from the air inside the case, transfer it to water, and dump it outside the case? Not sure what equipment can do this.


Radiators require a difference in temperature from the thing it's cooling to the air cooling it. On top of being expensive needing to have a completely separate loop to cool air in your chassis, it would be highly inefficient. The temperature in the chassis would get pretty toasty.
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