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The TherMax Eclipse II

In Figure 4, you see the front of the heatsink, which has a tower design, with heatpipes bringing the heat from the base to the heatsink.

Spire TherMax Eclipse IIFigure 4: Front view

In Figure 5, you see the cooler from the side. The edges of the fins are curved, forming a closed surface which creates an "air tunnel" inside the heatsink.

Spire TherMax Eclipse IIFigure 5: Side view

In Figure 6, you see the top of the cooler. The tips of the five U-shape heatpipes form a "V" pattern, in order to receive more airflow than if they were in a single row.

Spire TherMax Eclipse IIFigure 6: Top view

In Figure 7, you can see the small auxiliary heatsink that is located on top of the cooler base.

Spire TherMax Eclipse IIFigure 7: Auxiliary heatsink

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Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master’s degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.