PC Cooling By David Peska

Fans are used to pass air through he PC and cool various components.

A heat sink is a passive heat exchanger that transfers the heat generated by an electronic or a mechanical device to a fluid medium.

Fans are viable speed devises that change speed cording the the heat of the motherboard, CPU and various outer components .

Credits:

Created with images by highlander411 - "Water cooled" • Garrette - "All hooked up and ready to play!......er work, yeah work" • Mike Babcock - "Zalman cpu cooler" • Richard Jones - "Cooler attached, RAM slotted" • greggman - "Dang that's a big heat sink" • Espen Klem - "Installing watercooling" • Ray Beaulieu - "Blue Geek"

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