An experimental investigation of the flow boiling of dielectric refrigerant R245fa is conducted in microgaps with enhancement features. A silicon microgap of height 200 μm populated with pin fin arrays of diameter 150 μm with spacing 200 μm in both horizontal and vertical directions is examined. For five different test conditions and in a wide range of mass flux from 781 to 5210 kg/m2s, and inlet temperatures in the range of 13–18 °C, average single-phase and two-phase heat transfer coefficients, pressure drop, and exit vapor quality are reported. Three major flow patterns are observed in the pin finned area using high-speed flow visualization at frame rate of 2229 fps: foggy, bubbly, and slug flow. Based on the experimental data, a flow regime map is constructed.