That's pretty slick! Do those big heatsinks get warm to the touch when your run Prime95?
Also, you're running the i3-2100T---do you think this scheme would be capable of cooling a regular i3-2100 (65W TPD, versus 35W for the T)?
Yes, after 30 minutes of Prime95, the heatsink gets hot. The case itself however is barely warm. So this proves that the coolpipe is doing its job and drawing the heat out.
I think that this setup would handle a 65W cpu easily. The coolpipe can transfer up to 300W, according to the company specs. You just need to be able to dissipate that heat with a suitable heatsink. The large aluminum heatsinks I have work quite well. I would like to anodize them black to improve their heat radiation ability a little, though.