Spire announces new Swirl IV CPU cooler

The fourth generation Swirl series

The Dutch company Spire has unveiled the 4th generation of its Swirl series CPU cooler, the new Swirl IV, which is based on a heatsink that features a unique design with swirl-shaped aluminum fins.

As noted, the new Swirl IV CPU cooler features an aluminum heatsink with a particularly shaped fin-stack, which is perpendicular to the motherboard. Inside this “cylinder” there is a pre-installed fan, which reminds us of something you can find on a reference-design graphics card and which pushes air in all directions through the heatsink fins.

The Swirl IV also features three 8mm nickel-plated copper heatpipes, which are enough to cool down a CPU with up to 130W TDP. The Swirl IV measures at 131 x 125 x 62 mm and weighs 690g. The fan spins at a variable speed between 600 and 2000 RPM, and provides 83.12 CFM of airflow while producing 26dBA of noise.

The Spire Swirl IV supports a vast number of modern CPU sockets, including Intel LGA 2011, LGA 115x as well as AMD AM3+ and FM2+ sockets.

The Spire Swirl IV should be already available with an MSRP of US $65, and backed by a 5-year warranty.

Source: Techpowerup.

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Paul Görnhardt - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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