Professor Messer’s Free CompTIA A+ Certification Training Course – Cooling Systems

Last modified on August 14th, 2012 at 9:48 am

Professor Messer's Free CompTIA A+ Training Course

Chapter 11: Cooling Systems

Proper personal computer cooling is important for maintaining the long-term availability of your important systems. This chapter provides a comprehensive overview of PC cooling and shows how you can easily install and monitor the health of your PC cooling systems.

Cooling System Overview (12:59)
220-601 Section 1.1


Personal computers must be constantly cooled to ensure the system runs at peak efficiency. Without appropriate cooling in place, the computer’s life expectancy is shortened and in extreme cases the computer will halt due to overheating of the components. In this video, you’ll learn how computers are cooled through heat sinks, on-board fans, computer case fans, and liquid cooling systems.

Cooling Systems Installation and Troubleshooting (10:18)
220-602 Section 1.3


Installing a CPU fan or case fan is a simple process, and this video will show you how easy it is to select an install a new fan in your computer. We’ll also provide you with some tips for maintaining the proper airflow through your system and where you can find free software monitoring tools to check on the internal temperature of your computer.



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