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[* black] Next, we mine for [http://teamcofh.com/assets/images/thermal-foundation/copper-ore.png|copper|new_window=true], extracting the shiny heat sink. A tall standoff spacer, reminiscent of those found in [guide|19644|27" iMacs|stepid=49812|new_window=true], holds this beast in place.
[* black] The heat sink offers quite a bit of cooling power in a tiny package:
[* black] Heat pipes coming off of each processor (CPU and GPU) flow out to exhaust radiators, each of which has a dedicated fan to blow all that hot air out of the system.
[* icon_note] The CPU fan, being positioned not-quite over the radiator, blows down a plastic channel.
- [* black] The GPU fan was the larger of the two, and its radiator gets a bonus heat pipe that runs from both the CPU ''and'' GPU, which may allow for some thermal load-leveling.
+ [* black] The GPU fan is the larger of the two, and its radiator gets a bonus heat pipe that runs from both the CPU ''and'' GPU, which may allow for some thermal load leveling.
[* icon_note] It looks like Microsoft is getting quite a bit ''cooler'' than its [http://www.iospop.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/hodgman-improv-get-a-mac-ads.jpg|late 2000s reputation|new_window=true], if you know what we mean.