The Eclipse IV has been announced by X2 and Spire. This cooler is the successor to the companies award winning TherMax series coolers and is said to offer even more performance.
The heatsink is made up of 45 aluminum stacked fins. The front and rear of the fins have a shark-teeth design for better outflow of air. Six 6 mm copper heatpipes makes a “U” shape and go up into the heatsink stack. These heatpipes are soldered to the base of the cooler and are nickel plated.
The cooler features two Nano-tech bearing 120×25 mm high airflow DC fans, which are mounted with anti-vibration rubber corners and metal wire clips. This is a universal cooler so it will fit all current AMD and Intel sockets. The cooler also comes with grade-A Thermica SP431 thermal grease.
The MSRP on the X2 Eclipse IV is $59.95.