Warranty is very subjective, as you may have noticed I am not american, my english is terrible and my writing is horrible!
I am Japanese, living in Brazil, I was educated in Canada, but I am not Canadian. I have dual citizenship Japanese and Brazilian, and thats it!
The watercooling "way" is indeed a bit agressive, and will not be made until I am 100% sure that it is really needed, but I want to consider that as a possibility other than the "just buy another case" philosophy, not that you said that tho!
The computer for me is not disposable, and I know it is not the "creme de la creme" computer, but I do want to have it running for at least 3 years before even thinking of making a substancial change to it.
I am fully aware that I should not take any unnecessary steps or even having to worry about something that still is not a problem. However, I would like to see it as a concern, and based on the "concern" I would like to know the possible solutions.
For my own enjoyingment and learning I will buy a hard plastic or acrilyc cut it the size of the computer case door, and attach an exhausting fan, i might not even use acrylic, maybe a thick carton cut a hole, add the fan, and stick it to the case, just to study the effect of having a side exhaust fan.
Depending on the results, I will know one of the possibilities, also I am already studying about watercooling, and considering its risks, the part I really hate about the whole watercooling thing, is the maintenance, ideally the computer should be able to run endlessly, without any human tweak, unfortunatelly reality is not that way.
I know some computers are hot, some arenÂ´t, but truth be said... I dont want to think that I might be overheating my cute little baby, I dont want to look at it, and see a sad face... Remember the old macs? Sometimes we used to turn it on, and a sad computer would show up? X.X
LOL! Anyways, thank you! I will carry on my tests, and with the permission of all, I would like to posts the coments here, and I do appreciate all inputs, if anyone wants to do give me pointers, or ideas I am very willing to try, because that is the way of learning...
PS: I read about submertion in oil.. YUCK! scratch that from the possible experiments! :p
EDIT: Guys please... Look the pictures (results) I posted a few messages ago... Look the CPU temp, given my Bios/Everest and the CORE 2 temperature given by RealTemp 3.05... In all cases they are VERY close, is it possible that the actual temperature is the one reported by Everest, and maybe the CPU sensors are "rotten"? Or Maybe only the sensor is CORE 2 is working ok??