Laptop heating has been a major problem suffered by the consumer of laptops. Not to worry now as Intel at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show has come up with an effective solution.
The show will be held next month in which the technology of vapour chambers and graphite will be added to notebooks. This will help them dissipate heat better and the systems will get cooler by 30%.
The news has been shared by Supply chain sources to the Digi times, where they have discussed the technology used in the cooling process. The new designs will be using a combination of graphite sheets and vapour chambers that will help dissipate heat faster.
New Technology To Replace The Old One
When this new technology will be applied, the traditional thermal modules will be kicked off. Earlier the modules were stuffed between the keyboard and the exterior shells.
The whole idea is to disperse heat from this area to behind the screen. The back area of the screen will dissipate the heat faster and effectively leaving the laptops cooler than before.
The Athena Project Initiative is said to boost the cooling capacity by 30%. This solution will reduce the thickness of laptops as the need for fans will no longer be there.
How Effective Is This?
This technology has already been used in the gaming laptops and the have been proven effective in dissipating more heat. This is a better option than the heat pipe modules as it makes the whole structure more flexible.
The manufacturing companies will have to revise the designs of the laptops in order to make space for the sheet to pass through that will dissipate the heat.
The International Consumer Electronics Show will be held in Las Vegas from January 7 to January 10, 2020.