Hello, everyone! Some of you probably already seen the review of Thermalright V1 Ultra GPU heatsink on techPowerUP.(http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Thermalright/V1Ultra/1) Well, I recently decided to buy it. Why? It outperforms Zalman and cost $12! (not everywhere but there are some places...) Not only that, they also seem to revised someof the things and added somethings. Here are some pictures: And here is the base of the heatsink: As you can see, I've received more stuff then some other ppl Before: Here is some strange thing on old heatsink: same on the gpu: During the installation I found that the black mount bracket will touch some of the gpu components because my gpu didn't have shim like W1zzard had on his card. I guessing that it is the reason the included gpu pad, that is a rectangular resin that goes around the gpu and sticks to it. Because the pad is ~3mm high, the black "arms" that are supposed to be tighten to the mount are under and angle. That really others me! The installation guide is kinda weird, it is separated (because it might be different for many video cards?) and in "main" guide there is no word about the pad. But I still left the pad on GPU... The Final installation reqires two people if you want to make it nice and clean (or just 1 if you don't really care). My stock fan was giving me 62/76C (idle/load). When i first loaded PC, the temp were 49C idle. It really surprised me because the heatsink was cold to a touch, I though that the contact was bad (because of the pad), but after re-fastening the temps were the same. Well, good enough for me. now i get 50/62C idle/load. Later I will check if the temps will be better when the fan is cooling the bottom part. BTW, my case Overall, I 'm pleased with the cooler. Right now my clocks are 560/700. Next for makeover is my 3500+!!!