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You may ask exactly what is a liquid cooled motherboard and how does this cooling system work. Direct contact with liquids can be quite damaging to the inside components of a computer but these liquid cooling systems are essentially central processing unit radiators inside your computer. These cooling systems work much like the radiator you have in your car today. The liquid cooling system is constantly circulating liquid through a heat sink which is attached to the processor inside your computer. The heat sink then transfers the heat from the processor to the cooler liquid circulating through it and moves this now heated liquid out to a radiator at the back of the computer casing which then transfers the heat to the surrounding air outside the case. The now cooled liquid travels back through the pathway to continue the process thus eliciting a higher performance level from your efficiently liquid cooled motherboard.
There are several advantages to using liquid cooled motherboards and processing units. Fans do a decent job at keeping electrical components cool in most computers. However, there are those who want to enhance their computers speed to the highest maximum performance and a fan may just not have enough power for the job. The liquid cooled systems are not limited to cooling only one component. They can be set to cool the CPU, motherboard, and other components at the same time. A liquid cooled motherboard is capable of much higher speeds and appeals to those tech savvy users looking to ramp up the speed of their systems. Liquid cooling is also less influenced by the ambient air temperature making it more effective at cooling.
Another advantage is the lower noise level that liquid cooling has over fan cooling. A liquid cooled motherboard will not only perform at a higher level, but also a much quieter level. Some of the current PC fans on the market now can become quite noisy. While the liquid cooled motherboard system uses a small fan to pull air over the cooling tubes in the radiator in combination with an impeller fan to help propel the water throughout the cooling system, both fans run at lower speeds than the typical fan cooling system has to run at thus reducing the noise levels.
Liquid cooled motherboards and other similarly cooled components are becoming quite popular and seem to be the wave of the future. The liquid cooling system is a much more efficient way of drawing heat away from your computerís processor and pushing it outside the unit allowing for much higher speed and optimum performance.