"The team has developed a prototype for dispersing heat that is far more compact than those currently available and significantly out performs them -- by 15 per cent. As their invention (with two US patents pending) is much less bulky than existing ones, more can be inserted into an equipment for greater cooling. "
According to Gatekeeperlabs.com, within the cooler is an integrated enhanced surface vapour chamber which encourages nucleate boiling, providing a dramatic improvement in heat transfer compared to heat pipe heatsinks of the same size. "In contrast to traditional heat pipes which face the prospect of a catastrophic "drying out" at high temperatures, Gatekeeper's enhanced boiling two phase core actually welcomes the higher temperatures, achieving even greater efficiencies with higher heat loads. Gatekeeper's enhanced core offers designers a better cooling performance at lower temperatures and with a smaller footprint."