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  • DIRECT-TOUCH STYLE COPPER BOTTOM: Direct-touch style copper bottom enlarges touching area and betters the thermal solution.
  • USER-FRIENDLY: Intel and AMD platform are both supported and the installation is quite easy.
  • MARVELOUS LIGHT EFFECT: The cooler is characterized by the unique design of RGB light strip to illuminate the build.
  • FACING-DOWN DESIGN: The design of facing-down style can achieve well thermal solution for the hardware.
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The CPU air cooler works in a similar way to a CPU air case; it cools your CPU with an attached fan.
A CPU air cooler consists of an IHS (Integrated Heat Spreader) which transfers heat from the CPU and the heat sink to the baseplate (usually made from copper or aluminum). The computer fan keeps airflow through the larger intake nacelle that has been attached to the front of your computer case. The airflow through this nacelle distributes heat evenly across all surfaces of your computer, including your CPU and heatsinks (if there are any). This helps keep your system stable due to low temperatures and static electricity buildup on components.

If you're interested in overclocking, then you can consider a CPU air cooler as well as an upgrade for your stock cooler since overclocking requires very high voltages; hundreds of watts! A CPU air cooler by itself may not be enough because it may not have enough airflow. So when you're looking for more than just an air cooler it's also recommended that you upgrade your stock cooling solution first, before upgrading to a CPU air cooler! Then once you've upgraded your stock cooling solution then if you want even more performance then get an additional CPU air cooler too.

When it comes to choosing between a stock or CPU cooler it’s important that you consider several factors like cost, performance, and other features like compatibility with processors and their heatsink brands such as GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASUS. For example, if there is one brand that can fit every single one of them what would be better than using one brand? If there are many brands that fit every one of them then which brand would be better? Remember all these factors must go into consideration before making any final decision on whether or not buying a CPU or Cpu Cooler is something that will benefit you personally.


Why do you need a CPU air cooler?


The air cooling system is a system that uses a cooling device to transfer heat. Air cooling systems are commonly used in personal computers (or, sometimes, laptops) and work by transferring heat from the CPU to the case of the computer, and then to the external air. The amount of heat generated in this process depends on how much CPU temperature has been changed by users.

Most people have a clear idea of what their computer’s CPU needs to stay cool. A CPU cooler is designed so that it can be attached directly to the case’s IHS for as long as possible without overwhelming it with too much heat. Usually, air cooling systems are fast enough to keep up with this kind of thermal demand by only working when needed.

A CPU cooler is different from an aftermarket cooler because it does not come installed with a fan attached directly to it (unless you purchase an Aftermarket cooler). These CPUs usually use either a heatsink or a fan instead of an air conditioner.
An air-cooled CPU will last longer than one that is water-cooled because they require less power and they don’t burn up as quickly. However, if you decide that more power is needed for your computer’s performance, buy an aftermarket cooler instead because these CPUs cost more money than those that have been water-cooled without extra power-drawing components (like fans).

Another big difference between an aftermarket cooler and an air cooler is that most aftermarket coolers do not come installed with fans attached like an Aftermarket CPU Cooler Does. This means you will have to buy fans separately unless you use one of the many fans available such as those made by Silverstone or Corsair (the latter two are good choices).


If you decide on air cooling for your computer, choose well because some higher-end models require several hundred dollars worth of additional components just for getting them run at full capacity (more details about how different manufacturers do this can be found on their website). Advanced users should look into customizing their own aftermarket CPUs instead if they decide on using a CPU cooler if all else fails then install one since there aren’t many people who would want to do this – but if you want to save money then go ahead! It has no bearing on the aesthetics of your PC unlike other customizations like adding liquid nitrogen tanks or liquid crystal displays.


How Air Coolers Work:


So for example, if you want to put a cooler on your CPU, you want to make sure that the heat from the CPU will get to the cooler. That way, it’ll cool down more effectively and efficiently than if you just heat it up with the bare CPU fan.
So one thing is for sure: you want a CPU air cooler. But what does an air cooler do? It transfers heat from the IHS of the CPU to a conductive base plate that is usually made from copper or aluminum. From there, it moves into the attached heat pipes.
The air cooler heats up or cools down your computer by transferring that energy in a very efficient way through copper or aluminum baseplates and copper or aluminum heat pipes. The transfer of thermal energy uses up less power as compared to other cooling methods because of this reason alone.


Is an Air Cooler Right for Your PC?


Most people think a CPU air cooler is the best way to cool a CPU. However, they are wrong. I have found that air coolers do not perform as well as water loops, and are not as efficient in cooling radiators.
The difference between an air cooler and a water loop is that with an air cooler, the cooling liquid does not evaporate away. It can also be used for equipment that requires higher resistance to heat flow.
Since the CPU radiator is usually made from aluminum, an air cooler works best on computers with aluminum components, especially ATX motherboards.

If you want to use an air cooler on a computer that has steel components, you’ll need a water loop instead of an air cooler because the water stays cooler than the surrounding ambient temperature, and therefore it would dissipate heat faster than the ambient temperature can transfer it to the chassis of your computer.
When buying your CPU case(s), take into consideration whether you want to install an additional CPU fan or not because some cases already have one built-in which can help to speed up your cooling process when overclocking or under heavy load situations.


Summary of CPU air cooler


A CPU air cooler is a cooling device that is used to cool the CPU. It is designed to be used in conjunction with other cooling devices such as liquid cooling systems and water cooling systems.
It’s one of the best ways to cool down your CPU and keep it from overheating, especially when you are overclocking. Most people don’t realize how much heat can be generated if you overclock your CPU, but a good air cooler will alleviate this issue by transferring that heat into the surrounding environment, thus keeping your CPU cooler.

It’s also an easy way to get away from the noise of an air cooler doing its thing for a while!



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