Liquid cooling in a Computer ?

Liquid cooling

In a computer, water cooling or liquid cooling is a device used to reduce the temperature of its hardware, in particular the CPU and GPU. The liquid is more effective than Gas at conducting thermal energy, so liquid-cooled machines preserve preferred running temperatures better than their air-cooled counterparts.

It’s  working

The process starts with a pump that sends water right into a water block. Because the water absorbs thermal energy, it’s handed to a heat converter (a radiator) where a fan then blows the heat out of the pc, and the cycle begins once more.

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