Originally Posted by prime95
The base is comprised of carbon nanotubes which i believe act like molecule-sized heatpipes.
How do nanotubes act like heatpipes? and even if this were true, how would this be beneficial, a heatpipe needs a heatsink, just throwing heatpiupes together doesn't garantee better operation. Nanotubes could be helpful, you could make a very dense material, faster heat transfer maybe, lower thermal resistance. Not sure how they could act like a heatpipe though.