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Spire Introduces the Swirl Cylinder Towering CPU Cooler

Sam_Reynolds

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Spire Corp officially introduced its new Swirl CPU cooler today. Utilizing three (3) sintered powder all copper 8mm thick heat pipes and a vertical cylinder design the Swirl is ready to push your CPU to maximum performance. The Swirl is constructed with a combination of an all copper base and all-direction aluminum fins to provide sufficient heat-t... [ Read full article ]
 

Galcobar

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Think Cooler Master CM SPhere.

The Sphere's fins were placed parallel to the airflow of a radial fan -- the Swirl, from the photos I can see, has one really short radial fan, which would suggest the airflow would be in the open centre of the tower, then out those few fins flanking the fan.
 

Bond007

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it isa centrifugal fan that is described as 7.5 cm LONG; not diameter (does not state diameter in the description). Air would be drawn in at the top and bottom of the fan and blown out through the sides.
 

martin_metal_88

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it isa centrifugal fan that is described as 7.5 cm LONG; not diameter (does not state diameter in the description). Air would be drawn in at the top and bottom of the fan and blown out through the sides.

That's just what I was refering to. If your 75mm long fan die, GOOD LUCK!!!
Saw this to many time with spinQ and other cooler that have a fan that dosen't exist.
 
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