The trend of miniaturization in electronics presents a great challenge in the thermal management of devices. The continuous increase in the number of transistors in the processor leads to high heat flux generation, limiting the performance of the device. Boiling heat transfer offers a great heat removal competency while maintaining the low chip temperatures. The critical heat flux (CHF) dictates the maximum heat removal ability, and heat transfer coefficient (HTC) defines the efficiency of the boiling process. This pool boiling study is focused on using a manifold containing a symmetric dual taper over the heating surface. The heat transfer performance of this configuration is evaluated for different taper angles in the manifold. The macro-convection assisted by vapor columns during boiling enhance the CHF and HTC limit significantly. A CHF of 287 W/cm2 with an HTC of 116 kW/cm2°C was achieved with a plain copper surface, representing greater than a 2-fold increases in each over a plain surface.