Originally posted by RGELLIS
The way you could do this, is if you got the Peltier cooling element out of it, and blew air across it and ito your PC case or across your heatsink, a bit of a faff but it would cool effectivley, would need a seperate PSU though if its a 12V model, try and get one of the car charger based ones, as they will run off a computer PSU!
err... peltier element? out of the mini-frig? thats not how those work... i might just be misunderstanding you. mini-frig's, well any frig for that matter, relies on phase change of a refrigerent due to a drastic pressure change. (the phase change refered to earlier in this thread was refering to condensation, but mad props for using proper terminology
the only way i see this working is if you assemble it all in a room with a killer dehumidifier (like 1% relative humidity) in a room that is like <50*F.
there was another post about using a frig for cooling about a week ago, i went into detail about why its not a good idea. try searching for it.