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Venting All Outbound Air to One Place

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I have a gaming PC that makes the room really hot and I'd like to direct it's heat out the window or at least somewhere else. I've already attached a heating duct to the rear fan so all that air gets directed through the duct, but I also have vents on the top; the GPU's small output; the PSU output. Is their any way to direct all this hot air to one ventilation system to move the air out of the room? I know their are cabinets, but would they allow for the front intake fans to get cool air into the case. Any tips would be appreciated!
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You would have to design a physical collector so that all the exhaust from the case goes into that collector, and then route the air where you want it.

Remember if you are venting air out of a window, it is also coming in somewhere else in the house.
Just keep that in mind if you have the AC in the house on.
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