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how heat sinks work
Without radiators, modern computers cannot run at their speed.
Just like you cool with a bottle of cold bottle Gatorade after a high impact workout, the radiator cools after the computer processor runs multiple programs at a time.
Without a high quality radiator, your computer processor is at risk of overheating, which can damage your entire system and cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
But what exactly is the radiator? How does it work?
Simply put, the radiator is an object that distracts heat from another object.
They are most commonly used in computers, but also in mobile phones, DVD players and even refrigerators.
In computers, the radiator is a chip accessory that prevents the chip from overheating, and in modern computers it is as important as any other component.
If you don\'t know much about technology
Smart, think of the radiator as a car radiator.
Just like the radiator takes the heat from the car engine, the radiator takes the heat from the computer\'s central processor (CPU).
The radiator has a thermal conductor that transfers heat from the CPU to the fin, which provides a large surface area for the heat to dissipate in the rest of the computer, so that the radiator and the processor can be cooled.
Both the radiator and the radiator require airflow, so a fan is built in.
Before 1990, the radiator is usually only necessary in large computers, because the heat of the processor is a problem.
However, with the introduction of faster processors, the radiator becomes essential in almost every computer, because the radiator tends to overheat without the help of the cooling mechanism.
On the next page, we\'ll learn about some different types of radiators and the scientific principles that explain how they work.