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-[* black] Taking a peek beneath the motherboard, we make a couple ''cool'' observations:
- [* black] There's a massive copper heat pipe running alongside the battery. It's a whole lot wider than [|last year's|new_window=true], probably to help with the extra heat coming off the wireless charging coils.
- [* black] Up against the copper heat pipe on the motherboard is a brand new gray thermal management sheet.
-[* black] Peeking under that sheet we find it's carrying some hefty thermal pads, a neat application we haven't seen before.
- [* icon_note] This sheet most likely pulls double duty, both enhancing the copper heat pipe's ability to manage the heat coming off the hot chips, and performing some RF shielding.
+[* black] Taking a peek beneath the motherboard, we make a couple ''cool'' observations.
+[* black] That massive copper vapor chamber under the board is ''much'' beefier than [|the one in the S9|new_window=true]—it looks more like [guide|112412|the one we found in the Note9|stepid=215070|new_window=true].
+[* black] Meanwhile, we peel off an additional, multi-layer piece of thermal interface material from the board. All that copper makes a great, big, flat surface, for better thermal transfer—but it's soft metal, so you need this soft interface to fill in any gaps that might otherwise kill performance or overheat your phone.
+[* black] This thin sticker ''also'' seems to provide some RF shielding, as there's a big hole in the can lid underneath—where we find a PMIC and a big pink thermal pad.
+[* black] TL;DR: We surmise that fast charging + reverse wireless charging puts some serious thermal stress on the electronics in this system. Samsung has pulled out all the stops to cool it off.

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