The various components of a computer system can produce a large amount of heat while operating. This large amount of heat may be harmful for the proper functioning of the system. The processor heatsink is responsible for dissipating this heat and maintaining the safe temperature limits.
Servers generate heat. Lots of it. And heat isn't good for electronics. Many servers data centers, server rooms and IT closets utilize a finite amount of space, and expanding with additional servers means more heat-generating electronics occupying the same fixed area.
Thus, cooling is an extremely important challenge in any networking situation. Thankfully, there are many options available, including ventilation fans for both servers and the infrastructure they reside in.
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