K, well everyone has read about "oil cooling" about a million times, and I know it's an old subject. Anyway, I have an old mini-fridge/freezer to mess around with. Is there anything I could do with this to maybe cool the oil down? I can take it apart, but I don't really know a whole lot about refridgeration. What about keeping the cd, hdd, psu outside the fridge, and putting the rest of the pc which would be submerged in oil right into the fridge or freezer. The oil would prevent condensation from reaching the components, would it not? Maybe not, if moisture got into the oil it would sink to the bottom where the mobo and all would be sitting. Maybe seal the computer case completly, around wires and all. I don't know. Just bored and thinking about some ghetto ways to super chill my rig.