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  1. I am looking into using CPU coolers in developing commercial applications with thermoeletric elements (Peltier element). The applications are not related to computers. My applications will operate in home/office environments, involving common/typical room temperatures as the ambient temperature. The hot side will stay at 25 - 30 °C, cooling the hot side of a thermoelectric element. For information only: The cold side of the thermoelectric element will be at 0 - 3 °C. So: the delta-t will be a few °C and slightly above room temperature. Heat to be transported: less than 40 W. Question: Will the designed heat pipe temperature span of your products mach my temperature demands? Or, are your heat pipe temperature design linked to typical CPU temperatures? Thanking you in advance. Yours sincerely, Inge Hommedal Norway