Advanced Thermal Solution

To survive in a torrid environment without processor throttling, PER321A applies copper vacuum tube liquid-vapors (Heat-Pipe) which have effective thermal conductivities that range from 5,000 W/m•K to 200,000 W/m•K to effectively transfer heat from the heat source (evaporator) to the heat radiator (condenser).

What’s Heat Pipe

Heat pipes are the most common passive, capillary-driven of the two-phase systems. Two-phase heat transfer involves the liquid-vapor phase change of a working fluid. Heat pipes have an extremely effective high therml conductivity. Heat pipes transfer heat from the heat source (evaporator) to the heat sink (condenser) over relatively long distances through the latent heat of vaporization of a working fluid. Heat pipes typically have 3 sections: an evaporator section (heat input/source), adiabatic (or transport) section and a condenser section (heat output/sink).

What’s Heat Radiator

Heat radiators are used to cool down a device by dissipating heat into the surrounding air or cool down central processing units or graphics processors. Fin design and surface treatment are some of the factor which affects the thermal performance of a heat radiator. The fins are thin slices of metal that are connected to the base of the heat radiator. These additional pieces of metal further dissipate the heat by spreading it over a much larger area.

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