CPU Heatsink and Cooler

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In order to keep the processor from overheating and destroying itself there has to be a heat sink attached which serve the purposes of the processor. The back of the processor connects to the bottom of the heat sink with a thin layer of thermal compound in between to help absorb and distribute the heat.

The heat sink is then fastened and plugged into the motherboard for power. The purpose of this is to provide intense air flow to keep the CPU cool from overheating.