Nope not really. There are examples where they cool the chips with liquid nitrogen. Don't Worry about a cold apartment.
Shoot I'm so stupid. I was aware of the liquid nitrogen cooling, I guess I was just assuming those were very special setups that didn't allow the temperature of the components to move in either direction, rather than keep it super cold. If that makes sense. Anyway, thanks.
@clutchc: Nah, I'm pretty sure it's right because I've been running benchmarks with HWMonitor and GPU-Z and the temps match + get warm within the average range (45-65C).