Overclocking and Homemade Cooling System Question
Hi, I have been overclocking my CPU lately and just messing around with voltages and FSB speeds and such, but of course I want more :P So I'm getting some better memory to help me overclock, cause believe it or not, it's kinda stopping me right now 8| But I was wondering since once I get that memory I'm probably gonna start pumping some more volts into my CPU, memory, and possibly my GPU, if it would be a good idea to just go ahead and make a homemade air conditioning system for my computer. I have a good amount of room to the side of my computer and my dad has appliance, plumbing, electrician experience under his belt and we were talking about going to a junk yard and looking through some things to find some stuff to make pretty much a mini air conditioner to blow some nice cold air into my case. Temps for my CPU run at about 32 C with minimal programs open and iTunes running, and in the high 30's possibly low low 40's at max. GPU runs 49-51 C idle and gets around 60 or so max. Memory runs at about mid 40's idle, not sure of max though. So, I was wondering if I were to create and install an air conditioning system for my computer case, would I see a good improvement, or should I just go for an individual unit for cooling my CPU? Mainly I'm worried for the CPU, but having an overall drop in temp would be nice as well. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!