Cooling Fan/cpu generates heat Tags: CPUs Cooling Fan Heat Last response: March 3, 2012 2:36 PM in CPUs Share VIPChristian March 3, 2012 2:29:20 PM Hello, Is it possible to harness the heat that a cpu generates and storeit/utilize it for a space heater? More about : cooling fan cpu generates heat VIPChristian March 3, 2012 2:30:52 PM I was considering using soapstone tiles for a case, soapstone absorbs heat, then radiates it outward, into the air...turn your pc into a space heater while your using it? m 0 l WR2 a c 203 à CPUs March 3, 2012 2:36:59 PM Hello VIPChristian; No need to add anything. Your PC is pretty much doing it's best to do exactly that already. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Cooling Fan/cpu generates heat Forum SolvedIntel Heat Sinc Fan/CPU Compatibility Forum Do i really need a heat seek fan/Cpu fan? Forum SolvedMy i7-920 generates too much heat at OC? Forum I thought 2 video cards generate a lot of heat (Water Cooling advice) Forum SolvedWill my heat sink CPU cooling fan support my build??? Forum SolvedWould this build need cooling? Might over heat & cause them to fry out Forum Solvedcomputer generating too much heat. Forum Solved280x toxic cooling, what component on card requires heat sinks Forum Solvedi7 4770k heat issues custom water cooling loop Forum SolvedWhat cooling is best (for least heat and least sound)? Forum SolvedMini-ITX Water cooling or heat sink? Forum SolvedPhantek, Noctua or other heat sink/cpu cooler (ABSOLUTELY NO LIQUID COOLING) Forum SolvedWater cooling tubes transfer heat? Forum SolvedIs it possible to replace a heat sink with a liquid cooling system? Forum SolvedAMD FX-6100 Cooling Fan/Heat Sink question? Forum I bought a mother board made for liquid cooling. My question is, is it possible to use a regular heat sink and fan for the pro Forum Why does Far Cry 3 generate more heat than BF4? Forum overclocked heat generated Forum Cooling 7970? Does heat affect performance? Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !