No - you really don't, and it really isn't - if chasing those levels of extreme, pick up a MkII Prometeia and get it regassed to R507 and run the cpu at -80degC - it'll cost far less, and be far easier to maintain. They (TECs) are massively power inefficient, and disastrous when they fail. You'll find your electric bill ends up thru the roof from running one. I spent several years running 226w TEC on CPU, 156w TEC on GPU, and 80w TEC on Northbridge. Ended up with approaching 1kW of heatload getting dumped into the watercooling system which meant muchos fans. The prep work to avoid condensation itself means the motherboard and CPU end up out of warranty also... see
You need to build TEC PC. Thermo Electric Cooling on a home machine is blatantly the way forward.