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|21st February 2006, 08:46||#1|
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Spire announces VertiCool II: Copper heat pipe powered universal HSF
The new VertiCool II (model# SP601B0) from Spire has it all! The universally compatible VertiCool II is the newest innovation from Spire.
Spire VerticCool IIThe VertiCool II is made of an all copper heatsink with dual copper heatpipes leading up to fourty five aluminum micro-fins providing the optimal cooling configuration.
The VertiCool II fits nearly every processor available on the market today. Its cooling capacity ranges all the way from low end processors, like Intel´s Celeron D & AMD´s Sempron, to today´s hottest high speed dual-core processors, like Intel Pentium EE & AMD Athlon64 FX. Equipped with Spire´s signature ball bearing UV-reactant Spider-Fan, this towering cooler is built to last.
* All new UV-reactant 90mm Spider-Fan design
* Amazingly silent at just 19.0 dBA
* 2 Thermally improved heat-pipes
* All copper base
* 45 stamped Aluminum Micro-Fin´s
* Supports all new Intel & AMD micro-processors
* Dual-Core ready!
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