If you’re looking for an alternative way to cool your computer, then check out this nifty tutorial. Video after the break.

After an amazing 12 hours, the system topped out with a CPU temperature of 88C. Yes, that is really hot…on the other hand, the system was rock solid and didn’t crash when running 3DMark06 for 48 hours at these temperatures. While you could add some radiators and pump the oil through to cool it, you realistically would not be gaming constantly for 12 hours, so these temperatures are as extreme as it gets for this system

If you’re looking for an alternative way to cool your computer, then check out this nifty tutorial. Video after the break.

After an amazing 12 hours, the system topped out with a CPU temperature of 88C. Yes, that is really hot…on the other hand, the system was rock solid and didn’t crash when running 3DMark06 for 48 hours at these temperatures. While you could add some radiators and pump the oil through to cool it, you realistically would not be gaming constantly for 12 hours, so these temperatures are as extreme as it gets for this system