Thursday, March 28th 2019

Spire Intros LCG-HSR Line of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

Spire today introduced the LCG-HSR line of all-in-one closed-loop liquid CPU coolers, with two models, the CG-AE-LCG-H24SR-P featuring a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator, and the CG-AE-LCG-H12SR-P "Solo," with a 120 mm x 120 mm radiator. These coolers are characterized by a cubical pump-block, Nylon-sleeved coolant tubes, and one or two included CG-AE-H30K3AR-6PM fans. These fans feature RGB LED diffusers along the inner and outer walls of the frame, with 16 diodes taking input from a standard 4-pin RGB connector. Unlike the fan's standalone package, Spire isn't including RGB LED controllers with these coolers.

The included fans take in 4-pin PWM input, spin between 300 to 2,000 RPM with minimum airflow of 30 CFM, and noise-level ranging between 12 to 35 dBA, each. Both coolers support most common CPU socket types, including AM4, AM3(+), LGA2066, LGA2011(v3), LGA1366, and LGA115x. Spire is listing the CG-AE-LCG-H24SR-P at USD $80 and CG-AE-LCG-H12SR-P at USD $70, in 200-unit bulk quantities. Retail prices will be higher than these.
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9 Comments on Spire Intros LCG-HSR Line of AIO Liquid CPU Coolers

#1
Mistral
I'd say these are good looking, but I would rather see an actual picture first.
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bonehead123
Oh mommy, can I have lots of H2O all over the insides of my 'puter please....

Said nobody ever :D

The hoses, fittings and fans look like el-cheapo bottom-barrel stuff made by schoolkiddies....

Hopefully it's just the CAD renders that make them look that way :)
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#3
XL-R8R
It looks somewhat similar to a Corsair H60 v1.



The older Asetek design that Spire has chosen kinda makes me worry about the longevity of this AiO.
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#4
Object55
They could pay me and even then I would refuse to put this in my system.
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#7
mcraygsx
I hope Reviewers give us a good reason to pick Spire AIO over Corsair Hydro or any of the other well established brands. Spire need to introduce a unique feature for their AIO's to catch attention. Market is already crowded with AIO and INTEL keep on pushing the thermal limits with 14+++ ( to the point where we will need chillers :D).
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#8
kroks
Smaller blades to fit hot leds... has the world gone insane?
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#9
Caring1
bonehead123, post: 4021054, member: 139670"
Oh mommy, can I have lots of H2O all over the insides of my 'puter please....

Said nobody ever :D
That's because it is (CH2OH)2 ;)
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