Displayed initially at the recently concluded Computex event in Taipei, Xigmatek's newest cooler employs a number of unconventional design choices, meant to usher "the future of CPU cooling." The cooler sits on a solid copper base from which seven 6 mm heat pipes conduct heat into two distinct fin stacks, the five central heat pipes feed the upper, larger aluminium fin stack, which is cooled by a 140 mm PWM fan spinning at 800-1200 RPM, while the two peripheral heat pipes conduct the heat into a smaller aluminium fin stack, situated underneath the larger one, and being cooled by its own 80 mm PWM fan with a maximum speed of 2000 RPM. The heat sink's weight is 875 grams and its makers claim it can dissipate up to 180 W using the two stock fans. Xigmatek chose to dress up the cooler in a black plastic shroud which some may find appealing. I, however, do not find myself among them. Overview and Features: Seven high quality heat-pipes and copper base material - effective heat transfer. Duel set of Heat-sink fins allows additional heat dissipation to other components on the motherboard. Fans can be reverse mounted. Supports E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and mini-ITX form factors. Extremely quiet. Fans are equipped with FCB (Fluid circulative bearing) Fans are equipped with white LED's. Cooler cover-plate protects fins whilst adding a unique design. Braided cables on fan, keeps the wires hidden and maintains aesthetics of the interior. Easy to install For additional info and complete specs please visit the official product page.