I've been toying with the idea of liquid cooling my rig for a while, but the thought of liquid in my pc doesnt sit right, plus I really don't have room for all the necessary hardware in my case. Reading articles on heatsinks, you always see references to temps above ambient. Well, couldn't a mini AC unit be used to cool the air in the case making EVERY heatsink work more efficiently? The thing could mount on the back panel using the fan hole(s) already cut out. Of course, you'd have to seal the rest of it up. The trouble is I cannot find anything close to small enough anywhere online, and the smallest ones are actually evaporators, not true AC units. I can't even find anyplace to custom make one. Basic refrigeration principles aren't too complex, but I don't have the tools to try making my own. Ideas anyone?