How does a CPU cooler work?
The CPU cooler is responsible for transferring heat from the central processing unit (CPU).
When the CPU is working at high speed, it continuously transfers its high temperature to the bottom plate of the radiator.
If the product is a heat pipe radiator, the heat energy is diffused in the tower radiator through the heat pipe to the heat sink, and the heat sink is cooled by the airflow generated by the fan.
If the product is an extruded heat sink, the heat energy is diffused to the integrally formed aluminum extruded heat sink, and the fan generates airflow for cooling.