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Heat sink is usually connected to the fan by copper tubes or fins, this is what disperses the heat from the CPU to outside the case. Sometimes the fan is directly on top of the heat sink but more often now the heat sink is next to the fan and outside air is drawn through these copper fins to remove the heat from the CPU.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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