Akasa Euler pushed to the max

"Before we jumped into benchmarks we thought it'd be wise to first test how hot the Intel Core i5-3470T would get in the fanless Akasa Euler case. We opened up Prime95 and began stress testing. One hour later, we were surprised to find that the CPU temperature had reached just 58 degrees. That is remarkably cool and not much different from a standard heatsink and fan combo.

There are plenty of users reporting to be using some of these higher TDP processors in the Euler without any issues, so before we wrapped up testing I decided to push the Euler case well beyond its limits with the Core i5-3570K,
a 77-watt processor".....

Source: TechSpot