Useful Tips To Know More About The CPU Cooling Fan

Useful Tips To Know More About The CPU Cooling Fan

Computer operations have recently been greatly hindered by the emission of excess heat. The computer system has to be fitted with a way to cool off the system in one way or another. This is where the CPU cooling fan comes in. The act of driving out excess heat from the computer system and keeping the components cool is referred to as active cooling. Earlier components of the computer system would be able to cool themselves but modern components require an extra form of cooling. After running for a short period of time, most of these modern CPUs get overheated and you need dissipate the heat.

Most of the common CPU cooling fans are designed in a way that they draw cool air into the system unit from outside ant then expel the warm air outside. If this is not the case, the fan moves the warm air across a heat sink in order for it to cool a particular component. The fans that come attached to the processor are usually fitted with a heat sink. This is essential in increasing the surface area of the heated area that is in contact with the air which increases the cooling efficiency.

Most people don’t see the need of having an effective cooling system in their machine. When the computer system produces a lot of heat, there are some components that may be destroyed by the heat. This only happens if the amount of heat produced exceeds the normal. Laptops are also fitted with a laptop cooler to assist in the same. The major use of the CPU fan entails cooling the equipment and expelling any excess heat.

Cooling fans have their drawbacks. Some of these fans have very poor airflow. Others have poor heat transfer or dust transfer. These various drawbacks affect the functioning of the cooling fan and this is very detrimental. When a fan is clogged with dust, it doesn’t perform its work effectively; the cooling process is rather disrupted.

It is very important to carry out proper maintenance by cleaning the fan and blowing out any accumulated dust. This ensures that you regularly get rid of any accumulation of dust on the fan hindering its performance. It is also very important to get a cooling fan that suits your PCs needs. There are various types of cooling fans available in the market. Choosing a right one for your machine involves you knowing your system very well. There are different types of fans for different systems. Choose an appropriate one.

Posted by daniel.lim52 on 2009-03-10 12:55:58

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Spinning CPU Cooler Fan

Spinning CPU Cooler Fan

Close-up of the CPU cooling fan on my primary computer. I thought the flash on the camera would slow down the blades more but nope.

Posted by sjrankin on 2014-03-08 20:03:26

Tagged: , 8 March 2014 , Edited , Close-up , Computer , Dusty , California , Northern California , Fan , CPU Cooling Fan