Since the PC was born, weve been fighting heat. Conventional PCs use combination of fan/heat sink, chassis fans and ducts to try to keep the machine from turning into the oven. But as the heat continued to climb, enthusiasts turned to liquid cooling the CPU and GPUs. Others have used a combination of liquid cooling and thermal electric coolers to help move temperatures lower.
Both of these methods face one problem though. Conventional fan/heat sinks cant move the thermals fast enough and create too much noise and liquid cooling key hot components doesnt do enough to help the surrounding components. So what if you took all of the hot components, dunked them in a non-conductive oil and sold it?