A series of copper heat pipes can transport power dissipation away from hot electronic components. The pipes transfer component heat to heat sinks with minimal temperature difference, and they also distribute heat efficiently across the length of heat spreaders. Every heat pipe consists of a sealed copper tube, internal copper wick structure and distilled water as its working fluid. They are effective in temperatures ranging from 86 to 248°F (30 to 120°C).
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