5. What does a thermally advantaged chassis do better than a regular computer case?
A. Keeps heat in, ensuring that the processor stays warm enough
B. Keeps the system cool without using any fans
C. Adjusts to the room temperature, heating or cooling the inside of the PC as needed
D. Expels heat, keeping the processor cool
D. A thermally advantaged chassis is a case designed to keep the system cool by efficiently flowing air through the case through a system of air vents and fans.
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