A popular design these days in the performance cooler world is the tower cooler, with X number of heatpipes, and one of two 120mm fans strapped on it. Manufacturers are using all sorts of heatpipe designs and unique heatsink fin shapes to try and make their cooler "the best". When it comes down to it, it's always exciting to see how small fan and fin design changes can make a difference in the performance of so many otherwise similar coolers. Spire, who we haven't heard from here in a while, has recently released their latest performance cooler - the TherMax Eclipse II. This cooler is a tower cooler, with 5 heatpipes, dual 120mm fans and a unique nickel coated heatsink design. Let's see if Spire's design will perform well against the competition - or if it's nothing more than some visual eye candy!