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A temperature-telling cooling fan connects a temperature sensor to the CPU to check its temperature and shows it by color. It emits blue light for temperature under 40C, red for over 90C, and their mixture purple for between 40C and 90C. One can intuitively tell how much the CPU is heated when the computer is used, without using a temperature checking program manually. The user recognizes the amount of heat dissipation of his computer through the change of the color of the attached cooling fan.
Wonju-si, Gangwon-Do, South Korea
Asan-si, South Korea
SUNG KYU / YANG MIN KU / KANG SEO YOUNG / HYUN