That's great, except for the fact that the IDEAL situation is for the radiators of these units to draw FRESH air directly into them instead of working as an exhaust fan. Drawing-in fresh, unheated air yields maximum cooling. Working as an exhaust, the radiator would use air from within the case (which is likely pre-heated due to passing over HDDs, chipsets, etc.) through it, reducing the cooling effect."The performance advantage doesn’t just apply to the CPU," he said. "Routing all the CPU heat directly out of your chassis means lower overall ambient temperature, which helps out your other components."