Our CPU is one of the hottest devices in our computer, so it’s important to have an efficient cooling system. In this video, you’ll learn how heat sinks, on-board fans, case fans, liquid cooling, and passive cooling can be used to keep your system running at peak efficiency.
Which of these dissipates heat when using a heat sink?
On which of these components would you most commonly find a heat sink?
Your CPU creates a large amount of heat, and it’s important that your computer’s cooling system is working to keep your CPU at a reasonable working temperature. In this video, you’ll learn about how heat sinks, cooling systems, and liquid cooling systems can keep your processors cool.
What is commonly used to create a thermal connection between a component and a heat sink?
What is commonly used to cool a heat sink?
Your diagnostic software is reporting that your computer’s CPU is getting hotter than the Death Star’s Super Laser. The CPU already has a heat sink, but it doesn’t appear to be working very well. What should you check to ensure the heat sink is optimally cooling your CPU? Pick three.
A hot computer is an unhappy computer. In this video, you’ll learn show heat sinks, cooling fans, liquid cooling systems, and thermal compound are important to keep our computers running cooler and more efficiently.
A technician says that your laptop is running slowly because your heat sink may have come loose. What is a heat sink?