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Old 5th December 2004, 23:13   #1
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Default Spire CoolForce II CF202-NBL Graphics Card Cooler Review

Spire´s CoolForce II is made to fit any card in the Geforce 4 Ti series and includes everything necessary to switch from the current “stock” cooling to the brand spanking new one and squeeze out a bit of extra performance at the same time.

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The GPU Core is concave .....!!
I wonder how many of them are like this .... and the purpose behind it; if any.
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the stock cooling is pratically glued on there and this seems to resolve the issue, I tried 2 Geforce4 Ti4600 cards, both showed the same anomaly

but it's actually the IHS which is concave, the real GPU core is below it, you can sand if even quite easily, takes only 2-5min
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Can I use this for NB Chipset

I have DFI Lanparty UT 250GB

Will it fit? mounting holes and all without modifications?
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I'll doubt it very much
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Old 29th November 2005, 22:46   #6
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If you have the unit, would you please check, some other places I see most people using these round coolers for NB

some using Vantec.
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I no longer have this cooler, sorry, review dates back from December last year
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