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Thursday, November 23, 2006
Spire Launches All New Heat Sink Design


Spire today introduced the Fourier IV, the latest DIY Heat-Sink design to cool both the latest Intel and AMD micro-processors.

The Fourier IV is an all new processor cooler based on the Waved-Fin design, equipped with 4 Heat-Pipes." said Vincent Chan, Thermal Engineer for Spire.



Main Features:

* All Copper High-density Wave Heat Sink
* 4 thermally improved copper heat-pipes
* Ball bearing 90mm blue translucent fan
* Silent; Manually controlled PCI Fan Control
* Universal Clip for 775 and K8 sockets
* Passive or active solution; Swift click on/off fan system

Also new on this advanced processor cooler are the swift fan exchange clips enabling you to remove the fan quickly and without tools. When utilizing a low power Celeron or Duo-Core micro processor with good system cooling using an active cooler is not mandatory as the Spire Fourier IV heat-sink offers exceptional passive cooling qualities on it's own.

The Fourier IV is an excellent DIY option those for those who are upgrading their system, enthusiast and gamers alike.


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