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I just had a great idea: Let's design a case that acts exactly like a refrigerator/freezer. Cooling would never again be a problem. The only problem I would forsee is a high electricity bill, noise from the compressor, and extra heat in the room.

Edit: And really cold hands when work needs to be performed on it.
Im still a big fan of the ghetto style AC duct funneled into the case

Freezer's produce too much condensation

But I guess if your bored, and have a bunch of liquor and time, why not
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Well, it would be a very expensive case: one that would keep the air inside bone dry while it cooled the inside just like a refrigerator does. I imagine that we'll need something like this some day anyway with the way our components get so hot.
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Im still a big fan of the ghetto style AC duct funneled into the case

Freezer's produce too much condensation

But I guess if your bored, and have a bunch of liquor and time, why not
I wish I could do that...but the nearest AC duct is on the other side of the room and also near the ceiling...I could get a window AC unit, but then I would only be using for PC cooling...not worth it.
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It does bring up (again) the age old question of whether a freezer can cool a pc though... haha
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