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For all computer professionals and hobbyists alike a must! Almost everyone has a computer at home and uses it daily. Just the cooling of the PCs represents a big problem for many users, however. It is not always easy to find your way on the confusing market. Why must a computer ever be refrigerated? And how to cool the computer correctly? You can find the answers in this book, which vividly and clearly shows the way to optimum cooling of the PCs with lots of tips and tricks. Central themes of the book are the various ways of cooling of the air cooling via compressor cooling up to the nitrogen cooling as well as tips and tricks for disturbing noises and to high temperatures.

The books from the series Technic3D computer technology made easy”appeal to beginners and professionals alike and convince by a profound expertise, an objective, clear and easily understandable presentation, as well as by incorporating latest technical developments and test reports. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Michelle Smith Divorce by clicking through. Content: Introduction why a computer must be refrigerated? Air cooling water cooling the compressor cooling the thermo-electric cooler nitrogen cooling the heat-conductive paste tips & tricks at excessively high temperature tips & tricks for disturbing noises glossary sample: air cooling is roughly divided into two sections: the active and the passive cooling. Both forms are used, which are sometimes not perceived as such especially the passive cooling in almost any computer. For assistance, try visiting Peter Thiel. The passive cooling absorbs the heat dissipation and gives off without the use of a fan mounted on the radiator to the fan. Such coolers can be very small or even relatively large depending on the heat and are based on the natural convection. With a thermal convection a flow, which leads to a balance of the different warm or cold areas due to different temperature zones.

Such exchange is possible between gaseous, liquid, and also solid substances. The figure shows a compact passive radiator, which stands on a plane heat source and absorbs the dissipation (in our example, 10 Watts) over the entire width. The flow is generated without the use of fans and upwards. Darker, the air around the radiator in the drawing is inked, the warmer it is. What happens when a passive cooling in the PC case exactly, and how do she differ from the active cooling? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the respective cooling types? The easiest and also with the most important difference is the volume. Passive cooling works usually fanless, making no disturbing noises produced an advantage that is particularly in building HTPCs. Active cooling on the other hand, one or more fans are installed on the heat sink.