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External desktop cooling

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Do they have any such thing? like putting fans outside of the tower case that plug into a wall outlet or some sort? Or maybe a usb to 3 pin adapter or something?

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Of course and that's called Air Conditioner.

Joke aside, anything that will reduce the temperature of the room below 20° will provide a good solution to cool your computer.

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Just be warned, some fans can cause interference on a computer, monitor or your speakers. I ran into this problem when trying to run a computer upstairs in my house (no AC) and eventually I just decided to put the PC downstairs. In the summer time, it is far too warm to run a computer up there. And all the "house" fans caused some sort of interference when they were close to the computer.

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They have mini usb fans that may help, there are even tutorials (I saw one but it was in spanish) on youtube that show you how to turn adapt a fan for usb

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Thanks. I think I might buy a molex to usb adapter cable and plug it into a fan and put it near some vents for fun and see what it does.

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