Date: February 18th, 2007
Article by: Karl Van der Walt (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Spire
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SPIRE CORPORATE PROFILE
Founded in 1991, Spire is a leading premier brand for computer thermal solutions, power supplies and pc cases. In order to meet the needs and demands of the global market, we have established our production facilities in China and corporate office located in the USA . Our overseas branches are located in The Netherlands, The U.K, Germany , France , Taiwan , Japan and Brazil . All locations are located strategically to better work with the customers we serve.
With an ever growing demand for cool running and looking PCs, today's system builders and home enthusiasts are forced to put a lot more thought into their choice of case. Gone are the days when one would simply head out and buy the standard beige box and throw in their components. Sound familiar? That's what people said about five years ago, read some of our older reviews and see for yourself. Today this choice has become almost pivotal in building a good system. Airflow has become vital with the ever-increasing heat emissions of modern hardware. Even budget cases today offer far better cooling than some of the top priced contenders of the past.
Today we will be looking at one of these more budget oriented cases from the people at Spire. We reviewed the prestigious Pininfarina case by Spire earlier [review link here]. Lets see how Spire's more budget conscious contender performs.