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Spire CP450B0 CoolGate

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About the Product

Supporting socket 478 processors, this cooler is composed of a heatpipe heatsink measuring 56 x 75 x 84 mm, and a fan measuring 70 x 15 x 70 mm . The fan operates at 3700 RPM where it generates 29.7 dBA and 28.0 CFM.

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Spire CP450B0 CoolGate Reviews Rating: 50 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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XSreviews.co.uk 5/10 Dec 13 '12
Hexaplague-Hardware  --- Feb 22 '05
ipKonfig.com  --- Jun 30 '04
MVKTech  --- Apr 21 '06
Tech ARP  --- Mar 06 '05
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Spire CP450B0 CoolGate Roundups and Shootouts

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Spire CP450B0 CoolGate Review MadShrimps -- Mar 01 '05
Spire CP450B0 CoolGate Review Overclocker's Australia -- Jan 24 '05

Hexaplague-Hardware on Feb 23 '05

"...a pretty decent performer, not too noisy for the 3000rpm fan speed. I like the style and it is not too heavy unlike many coolers on the market today, definitely a great budget heatsink fan combo..."

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ipKonfig.com on Jul 02 '04

"Performance is good, on a par with the best we tested, but the compactness of this heatsink's heatpipe technology puts it in a category of its own, we think. The price is right, and the quality is..."

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Tech ARP on Mar 07 '05

"Spire's CoolGate is a good substitute for the stock Intel Pentium 4 cooler. I must say that side-blowing coolers aren't that common. This cooler is relatively small and light. To make the..."

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XSreviews.co.uk on Dec 13 '12

"OK so the Coolgate’s performance wasn’t exactly what we were hoping for. This is a shame because this could have been an excellent value choice. The cooler did beat the stock cooler by a good 11C..."

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