So I’ll make here a little report about my temperatures in my mineral oil pc.
Considering normal usage like working, posting stuff on the blog here, watching videos and also of course gaming and extreme stress tests. Some people said my computer would heat all the way up to 1000°C because I am not using a radiator to cool the oil (a radiator has to be bought first, would probably make extra noise which would contradict the idea of why I’ve built this mineral oil computer, and make unnecessary energy cost) but I’ve noticed that it would stop or even not reach at all the temps of my components as you can perfectly see in the picture below. [CLICK TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE NOW … ]
Here I am going to show you how to build a mineral oil cooled high-end pc yourself with a budget of 300€ (like 330$).
I cut almost all pieces with my “Dremel” because I am partly unexpirienced with other tools and because it seemed more safe to me. Some parts don’t look as good as I wanted them to look, but still I think that the result is sure okay.
If you use my tutorial I’d be glad and happy to see / publish your result here