The principle of heat transfer in water cooling mainly relies on water circulation for heat dissipation. Of course, the use of a fan is still necessary to remove the heat from the mainframe.
Similarly, the CPU uses thermal grease to conduct heat to the metal interface of the heat sink. Then, through the water-cooling liquid, the heat source is drained to the water-cooled radiator via the pipeline. Finally, using the fan on the water-cooled radiator, the heat in the water-cooled liquid is blown away from the mainframe, and the cooled water-cooled liquid will continue to circulate, repeating the above steps to achieve the heat dissipation effect. Generally speaking, the heat dissipation efficiency of water cooling is higher than that of air cooling.
It is more complex to set up and requires the construction of a water-cooling head, water tank, water pump, water pipe, etc. The advantage is that it can be adjusted for different objects, with greater variability. It is not necessarily used for CPU cooling. Normally, the open system water cooling has a stronger performance because you can determine the size of the water tank. The larger the water tank, the more heat it can hold, and your heat dissipation can be extremely powerful.
This is the common CPU liquid cooling system, also known as "all-in-one liquid cooling system." It is mainly designed for convenience and safety, with the cold head, water pipe, and radiator installed together to avoid the trouble of assembly. In terms of leakage and other aspects, it is also more secure. Basically, you can find a suitable model based on the size of the radiator, fan, and functions.
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Water circuit design
The water circuit design of a water-cooled radiator can affect its cooling efficiency, especially the speed and direction of the water flow. We can use advanced water circuit designs to ensure that the water flow can evenly flow throughout the entire radiator, thereby improving the cooling effect.
The water pump is one of the important components of the water-cooled radiator, which determines the speed and pressure of the water flow. We can choose high-quality water pumps to ensure their stable operation, and have sufficient water flow and pressure to improve the cooling effect.