Computer cooling system

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Computer cooling systems are passive or active systems that are designed to regulate and dissipate the heat generated by a computer so as to maintain optimal performance and protect the computer from damage that will occur from overheating.

Readings[edit]

  1. Wikipedia: Computer cooling

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  1. YouTube: Air vs Liquid Cooling

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Summary[edit]

Types of cooling systems:

  • Passive
    • Heat Sink
  • Active
    • Air
    • Liquid

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