Nexus TDD-3000 Heat Pipe Technology Laptop Cooler
Dimensions: 31.3 cm x 30.6 cm
How The Nexus Notebook Silencer Works:
Heatpipes remove heat from the source in a two-phase process. As heat is generated, a liquid at one end of the pipe evaporates and releases the heat to a heatsink by condensation at the other end. The liquid is returned to start the process over through a wick structure on the inside of the heat pipe.
Heatpipes passively transfer heat from the heat source to a heatsink where the heat is dissipated. The heat pipe itself is a vacuum-tight vessel that is evacuated and partially filled with a minute amount of water or other working fluid. As heat is directed into the device, the fluid is vaporized, creating a pressure gradient in the pipe. This forces the vapor to flow along the pipe to the cooler section where it condenses, giving up its latent heat of vaporization. The working fluid is then returned to the evaporator by capillary forces developed in the heat pipe's porous wick structure, or by gravity.