thats a bit too extreme for me. while we're on cooling SSD (solid state drives) don't produce heat right?
Everything produces heat.
That being said I don't know about heat production of an SSD vs a Regular HDD. I do know that SSDs are rediculously expensive compared to traditional drives for storage.
As PlugComputers said, get Liquid Cooling. Plain old Pump, Res, Block, and Radiators.