FAQ

Under what circumstances is a heat pipe needed?

1. When the heat source is located in a small space where a radiator cannot be placed, the heat pipe can be used to transfer the heat to a place where the space is enough for the radiator installed.


2. The heat source is small but the wattage is high. For example, if the thermal module need to pass a long path to transfer the heat, the thermal resistance will be high, we can use heat pipe to go through each fins of the thermal module in order to decrease the thermal resistance of the long heat dissipation path and to achieve a rapid heat dissipation effect.


3. There is no fan near the heat source, the air inlet is far away or not located on the main air flow path, the heat pipe can be used to transfer the heat to the thermal module on the air flow path to allow the air flow to carry away the heat in order to achieve a good heat dissipation effect.

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