My Idea (please dont steal this and sell it :( I'm doing this for all of us and not for corporate bull shit) was for a gelatinous substance that will dissipate heat and be non conductive... now the application of it is where people should go "oh... wow" remember back to the fish tank toys that you could suspend stuff in the gel before it fully set? Do you never want to have another cable management issue, or cut yourself trying to fabricate a braket for god knows where to hold LED's or cathodes? Bada Bing! suspend your LED's in gel and aim them where you want. I've tested so many solutions that my brain aches... Help me out with this. Coming soon to a garage near you...
sounds like an interesting idea. how about taking the cooling coil outa the fridge, along with the rest of its compontents, retrofit it with R134A(purchasable otc at AutoZone) and setting it up like a watercooled system. Just replace the cooling coil with the waterblocks, build a secondary housing for the refridgerant parts, and bang, you have a hyperchilled PC.
Core2 Quad Extreme QX96500-ES @ 3Ghz, 4gb Patriot DDR2-1066Mhz RAM, 4gb Intel Turbo Memory, 3x 500GB WD Blue drives, Samsung DVD-RW, GTX 560ti-1gb Gfx card.
Future Mods: none for Freshwater. Next build will be all new.
nah they make kind of a caulking compound that will protect, it's used mainly with peltier cooling devices (dont want to list an example because the company I have in mind should be shot in the face and I try not to sway judgment on products.) but yeah they make stuff to fix condensation issues.