What is the principle of water-cooled radiator

If the user installs a water-cooled radiator in the CPU, the rapid heat conduction and heat dissipation characteristics of water can be used to enhance the heat dissipation effect of the host hardware. Compared with the heat dissipation effect of ordinary fans, water cooling can reduce the hardware temperature and heat dissipation speed more effectively. The following water-cooled belt manufacturers tell you and show you the principle of water-cooled radiators.

Water cooling band

The water cooling belt manufacturer tells you that the CPU water cooling radiator refers to the use of liquid to forcefully circulate the heat of the radiator under the drive of a pump. Compared with air cooling, it has the advantages of quietness, stable cooling, and less dependence on the environment. The water cooling belt manufacturer tells you that the heat dissipation performance of the water cooling radiator is directly proportional to the flow rate of the cooling fluid (water or other liquid), and the flow rate of the cooling fluid is related to the power of the water pump in the refrigeration system. Moreover, the heat capacity of water is large, which makes the water-cooled refrigeration system have a good heat load capacity. Equivalent to 5 times that of an air-cooled system, the direct benefit is that the CPU operating temperature curve is very flat. For example, a system using an air-cooled radiator will have a temperature spike in a short time when running a program with a heavy CPU load, or may exceed the CPU warning temperature, while a water-cooled heat dissipation system has relatively small thermal fluctuations due to its large heat capacity Much.

Principle of water cooling radiator:

The water cooling band manufacturer tells you from the perspective of the principle of water-cooling heat dissipation, it can be divided into active water-cooling and passive water-cooling. Active water cooling not only has all the accessories of the water cooling radiator, but also needs to install a cooling fan to assist in heat dissipation, which can greatly improve the heat dissipation effect. This water cooling method is suitable for DIY overclockers with fever. The water cooling band manufacturer tells you that passive water-cooling does not install any cooling fans. It only relies on the water-cooled radiator itself to dissipate heat. At most, some heat sinks are added to assist in the heat dissipation. This water-cooling method is less effective than active water-cooling, but it can be completely Mute effect, suitable for mainstream DIY overclocking users.

The above is about the principle of the water-cooled radiator, I hope it will help you.