CPU Cooler FAN

CPU Cooler- CoolerMaster-Blizzard T2 mini

Direct contact heatpipes for seamless contact between CPU and cooler.
Rs. 2312.5

CPU Cooler- CoolerMaster- HYPER 103

Cooler Master exclusive X-Vent and Air-Guide technology optimize the air flow toward heatpipes and ultimately reduce CPU
Rs. 4000

CPU Cooler- CoolerMaster- Hyper 212X LED

Four direct contact heat pipes for continuous contact between CPU and cooler
Rs. 6875

CPU Cooler- CoolerMaster- MASTER GEL

Easy to spread and remove without damage,Free scraper and alcohol-based cleaner
Rs. 487

CPU Cooler- CoolerMaster- Master Liquid Pro 240

Liquid heated by the CPU is isolated from sensitive components using two chambers in the pump
Rs. 22500

CPU Cooler- CoolerMaster- MasterLiquid Lite 120

Cooler Master controls quality and builds on decades of innovation wit 100% in-house design and manufacturing
Rs. 10625

COOLER MASTER Hyper h410R CPU Cooler

Hassle free installation. Perfectly crafted architectural design and Compact shape
Rs. 3750

Pretty much what it sounds like: a system that uses fans to cool down the inside of your computer. Depending on how your computer is configured, it might need enough fans to cool off several different components (e.g. CPU fan, power supply fan, etc.). When it comes to the guts of your computer, like the CPU, motherboard, and power supply, heat is the enemy. The hotter your computer components get, the slower they run, which makes a good cooling system an essential part of any computer. If you're building your own system you'll need to include a cooling system that'll keep heat levels low. Read on for answers to some essential questions about computer fans and cooling systems. Fans are the most common type of cooling system you'll find in PCs. Some computers include water cooling systems, which use good ol' H2O to channel excess heat away from the PC components. Older computers used passive cooling systems, but modern systems generate so much heat that active cooling (fans or water) systems are now a necessity.