OUT­DOOR COOL­ING

HOW TO BUILD A WEATH­ER­PROOF WA­TER-COOL­ING BOX

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If the sum­mer heat is get­ting to your PC, there’s an easy way to get the heat from your PC and dump it straight out­side, much like an air-con­di­tion­ing unit out­side a build­ing. By mount­ing a wa­ter-cool­ing ra­di­a­tor out­side, you can pre­vent nearly all the heat gen­er­ated by your PC from end­ing up in your house at all.

What­ever the weather, gam­ing and other de­mand­ing tasks won’t make your PC room un­bear­ably hot if all the heat is be­ing dumped out­side. In this guide, we’ll be cre­at­ing a weath­er­proof ra­di­a­tor box that you can mount on a win­dowsill, and will also be safe to use when it’s rain­ing. By us­ing quick-re­lease fit­tings, it will also be easy to move the ra­di­a­tor or switch back to your PC’s own cool­ing sys­tem too.

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