This is the first time I have had the pleasure of reviewing a product from Spire. Spire is an international, ISO-14001 certified company with its locations spread over in eight different countries. Being spread so widely gives Spire a better chance to serve its customer base and distribute more of their cooling products, power supplies, cases, and accessories. Spire puts most of their effort into going after the 20-45 demographic that can appreciate style, reliability and performance.
Spire's first cooler for me to review is the TherMax Pro. While Spire has also another in its line-up that is very similar to this cooler with the Spire TherMax II, that is the more expensive version with a higher rated CFM fan applied than in the TherMax Pro. Either way, these coolers come with Direct Touch heat pipes, which we all know can hold a bit of an edge over the flat copper or aluminum solid base designs.
Today we are testing the TherMax Pro and we get a chance to see just how well their take on a Direct Touch system works against our testing. Since we have tested some very similar style coolers previously, I can only imagine this cooler should be able to hold its own against the rest of our tested coolers. Let's get down to brass tacks and see just how the Spire TherMax Pro performs.
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