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Old 15th November 2004, 14:45   #1
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Default Spire introduces dual heat pipe cooler

Utilizing dual copper heat pipes and a vertical tower design the VertiCool™ is ready to push your AMD® Athlon XP to its limits. The VertiCool™ is constructed with a combination of a copper base and horizontal aluminum fins to provide excellent thermal performance and weigh only 333 grams.

The VertiCool™ is equipped with Spire's chrome fan guard and heatsink shroud. It's Spire translucent UV reactive blue fan sports meshed wires, operates at 2300 RPM and is quiet at only 25 dBA. In addition the VertiCool™ features a tool-free easy installation. and is ready to cool Athlon XP 3200+ processors and up.
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