I know some people have ran ducting from their a/c to their case for cooling. For a while I wondered what people do in the winter when its blowing heat instead of cool air. So I had an idea to get a butterfly valve(like out of a carburetor) and control it with a servo motor programed to rotate the valve 90deg from wide open to closed and vice versa. Take it one step further and put a temperature sensor before the butterfly valve and modify the app controlling the servo to close the valve if the temp is >=X degrees and BAM! your computer will automatically get a/c but not heat. Yes I know it's on over the top solution for a small(non?) issue, but its one of those things to do if only for the sake of doing it and showing off. I'm probably not going to do it but I always like hearing new ideas so I figured I'd share mine.
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Neat idea for heat control