Computers are machines that use electricity to power up and do computing. And whenever a machine uses electricity, it releases energy in the form of heat which heats up the machinery. This is one of the most common laws of thermodynamics and we think that most of the readers, reading this now, already have this knowledge. However, some of us may not know that excess heat may damage electronic components in the long term.
To avoid such necessary damage to the equipment and components of computers, coolers and fans have to be installed in the computers to do the job of transferring the heat produced by the computing machine to the outside environment. We can divide all those types into top categories, which are air coolers and liquid coolers.