Intel is predicted to unveil an advanced cooling solution at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that will enable pocket book computer systems to dissipate warmth better. Thanks to this invention, vapor chambers and graphic programs might run up to 30% cooler.

The brand new thermal design is made of vapor chambers and graphite sheets to assist in decreasing temperatures. The brand new elements will specifically substitute the standard thermal modules that get stuffed between the keyboard and the shell outside. The idea is to transfer heat from this part to the back of the screen where heat can be better dissipated.

This is part of Intel’s Project Athena initiative and is said to boost cooling efficiency by as much as 30%. The solution will also eventually enable manufacturers to put out fanless notebooks that will decrease the thickness of the overall systems, a byproduct that will be appreciated by the customers.

There’s been an increase in the use of vapor chamber cooling of late, especially in laptops used in gaming that generate lots of heat as they are more flexible than the heat pipe modules concerning how they can be oriented.

Several other partners and tech giants are in line to show their innovations at CES. Laptop makers might have redesigned their existing designs to enable graphite sheets to pass through to conduct heat.