An effective cooling system is required for electronic components, especially computer CPUs and GPUs, to prevent overheating. One such cooling method that has gained popularity over the past ten years is a vapor chamber.
A liquid is circulated inside a tight container to create vapor in a vapor chamber. At the heated end of the chamber, the liquid first evaporates while absorbing heat from the surroundings.
It then moves to the chamber’s chilly end, where it condenses once more into a liquid. The procedure keeps repeating, keeping the laptop’s internal parts cold and preventing overheating.
The Global Virtual Reality Console Vapor Chamber Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
At CES (Consumer Electronics Show), Flex displayed a virtual reality vapor chamber exhibit in the Venetian Ballroom. Together with Vapor IO, the provider of Sketch-to-Scale solutions created a data center room complete with racks and a cylindrical enclosure system for IT equipment.
For the purpose of customizing the data center plan and extending it into virtual reality, they used Powertrak 3D Product Configurator and VR Configurator. It arranges six computer racks in a circle.
To cool the equipment, a fan circulates air through the racks while drawing air from the surrounding space. The hot air is ejected from the chamber’s top and directed toward the HVAC.
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