Computer cooling is required to remove the waste heat produced by computer components, to keep components within permissible operating temperature limits. Problems occur when systems aren’t adequately set up to allow cool air to flow smoothly through a case. Efficient and smooth air flow is demonstrably more important than a higher total air flow. Ultimately, you have to consider what specific characteristics of a CPU cooler you’re looking for such as cost, size, airflow, fan endurance, noise and if you plan to overclock or not.
CPU Cooler Selection Every processor you can currently buy comes bundled with a standard cooler, but normally these are not the best at keeping your temperatures down and definitely not the quietest models on the market. If you are looking to overclock your CPU it is best to invest in a better form of cooling, the same goes if you wish to keep you PC as silent as possible.
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How CPU Coolers Work
Picking the best CPU cooler / heatsink for your gaming rig is important if you're planning to keep things quiet or overclock your system; we'll cover noise level, cooling efficiency, and top-level thermal dissipation strategies for aftermarket coolers in this article. The Basics of Case Fan Bearings
'The Basics of Case Fans' guide covers the differences in case fan bearings, sleeve vs. ball bearings, "fluid" (hydro) dynamic, and we'll briefly touch on magnetic bearings. Heat Sink
In computers, heat sinks are used to cool central processing units or graphics processors. Computer Cooling
Computer cooling is required to remove the waste heat produced by computer components, to keep components within permissible operating temperature limits. Heat pipe information
When it comes to PC cooling, "heat pipe" has become a buzzword; but still, few people understand how heat pipes work, and what factors must be considered when using a heat pipe-based cooling system. Thermal Paste
If you don’t utilize a thermal solution compatible with the specific model of processor that you use in your system, several problems can appear: random resets, freezes, reduction of processor lifespan, and even burning the CPU in extreme cases. LGA 775 CPU Cooler Mega Test
One significant factor, on top of Core 2 Duo's mind-boggling performance, is that Intel decided to retain compatibility with the socket format of its previous-generation processors. Tweaking your CPU (lapping)
We tested the top of a Celeron for flatness, general processor operating temperature, and on several other points, modified it, then put it through the tests again. The results surprised even us...