Heat Pipes have been subjected to a variety of adaptation, revamping, and reconstruction. One such adaptation is a Vapor Chamber. Vapor chambers are a type of thin, planar Heat Pipes, also known as heat spreaders, spreading heat in two dimensions. Changing the layout of a few elements has led to a divergent collection of properties, specific to Vapour Chambers. The capability to accept a higher heat flux and dissipate heat from small heat sources are some of the unique properties of the Vapor Chamber.