Ways to keep the computer cool

 Ways to keep the computer cool

Your PC has a large number of electronic components. Almost all of them get hot while the computer is running. However, just as CPUs and GPUs work the most at work, so do these two components in terms of heat generation. 

The heat dissipation system in a good PC is also good. But if for some reason this system is not good, the heat generated will not be able to escape and heats up your PC and if it exceeds the level, it can cause great damage to your PC. So it is very important to keep the PC cool. So let's take a look at 10 effective tips to keep your PC cool.

Researchers at computer maker IBM have developed a method for cooling and cooling computer chips.

Researchers say that as the power of tiny chips increases, so does the power of computers. However, the problem is that even though today's computer chips are powerful enough, they are still not capable of running at low enough power. 

The stronger the chip, the hotter it is and more energy is required to keep the chip cool so as not to damage other parts in the heat. Researchers have chosen the process of keeping the human brain cool as a way to keep the computer chip cool. 

Researchers at IBM are working on a way to keep the human brain cool, a type of fluid like blood. This information has been reported in a news of BBC online.

IBM researchers Patrick Rouch and Bruno have developed a computer chip that has special fluid-flowing tiny channels to cool the chip and power the chip. 

When liquid flows through this channel, the chip cools and acts as a source of energy. Researchers believe that such liquids may act as blood for electronics. Researchers say that this method will increase the processing efficiency of small chips.

Air circulating systems are now used to keep computer chips cool. Researchers say that the process of using certain types of liquids is still in its infancy.

1. Let the hot air out

The easiest and first tip is to let the air out through the vents of your PC. This is because the PC has a heat sink to keep the CPU and GPU cool. This heat sink absorbs heat and sends it out through a cooling fan. But if there is any obstruction around the air vent of your PC then that air cannot escape. If the PC is placed next to the wall then the PCT should be kept at least a few inches away from the wall. Also, if you place it on the bottom of a table or desk, make sure that the door or lid of that part is open.

2. Keep the PC casing closed

Many people think that since the air hole in the casing of the PC helps to get hot air out, if the lid of the casing is left open then surely hot air will get out better. The argument is correct! But keeping the lid open will allow more air to escape as well as more dust to enter your CPU. This will make your cooling fan jam and reduce the air flow even more. So it is wise to keep the casing closed.

3. Clean the PC regularly

Since the accumulated dust and sand causes the fan to jam, it is very important to keep it clean regularly. The PC casing should be opened at regular intervals to clean the whole. There are many types of cleaners available in the market for cleaning PCs a2r nd electronic devices. However, when cleaning the PC, it is more effective to take it out of the room and clean it.

4. Remove the PC a little

Sometimes the corner of the room where your PC is placed has a relatively high temperature or the dust may come directly from outside. In that case, it would be best to remove the PC and move it to another part.

5. Install a good quality cooling fan

Cooling fan is often provided with your CPU casing or PSU. But these cooling fans are not very powerful. So if you want good performance, you can buy one or more good quality cooling fans. Choose from a variety of cooling fans in the market according to your budget and taste.

6. Not overclocking at all

If those who are overclocking the CPU want to keep the PC cool, stop overclocking (especially the unusually high performance in certain ways) now. This is because overclocking directly affects the performance of the PC and your PC generates a lot of heat. If you want to do overclocking alone, take the necessary steps to keep it cool first.

7. Replace the power supply unit

If there is no cooling fan in the casing of your PC then the fan with the power supply unit is the only hope to keep your PC cool. If you feel that the fan is not spinning fast enough then you need to replace the whole PSU (Power Supply Unit) tie.

8. Separate fan for different components

Although your CPU generates the most heat, GPU, RAM, storage, etc., generate enough heat as the capacity of the current computer increases. So it is better if you can buy and install separate dedicated fan for GPU, memory etc. components.

9. Water cooling system

In the case of modern powerful PCs, it is not enough just to pass air through the fan. This is why you can install a water cooling system that absorbs heat through the water and is much more efficient.

10. Phase change unit

This is a sophisticated cooling technology. This is basically a kind of refrigerator for CPU.

It uses the same refrigerator method to cool the CPU. It even has the ability to freeze your CPU. However, since they are very expensive, it can be said that they are not used at the personal level.

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