Spire CoolGate

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Introduction

Spire is a lesser known CPU cooler manufacturer in the UK, they were founded in 1998 in The Netherlands and today I’m trying the Spire Coolgate out. It’s certainly not the largest cooler I’ve ever had to cram in my case, so hopefully it isn’t the hardest either! Let’s begin.

Specifications

  • Socket compatibility: Socket 1156 / 1366 / 754 / 940 / 775 / 939 / AM2 / AM3 / AMD FM1
  • Heat sink: 131×46×153 mm (l × w × h)
  • Fan: 120×120×25 mm
  • Heatpipes: Four 6mm all copper U-shaped direct
  • Fan Bearing: Sleeve bearing
  • Noise level: 10.00~19.00 dBA
  • Air flow: 71.12 CFM Max.
  • TDP: 130 W
  • Warranty: 3 years
 

Unboxing

The front of the box has a clear window and some good information on the cooler.

Spire Coolgate

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The rear shows some information about Spire and other Spire coolers.

Spire Coolgate

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The bundled items include: A warranty card, user’s manual, mounting rings, two sets of push-pins and Spire BlueFrost thermal paste.

 

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Last modified: December 14, 2012

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