The heatsink (no fan included) builds on the successful design of the Megahalems and looks to add a bit of design flair along with improved cooling technology. It features a nickel plated solid copper base, with 6 similarly constructed 6mm heatpipes that pass straight through. The thick stack of fins are constructed of aluminum, and are separated in the middle so that there is two indivual towers held together by the top bracket. Unlike many traditional tower coolers, the heatpipes are positioned horizontally throughout the fins, rather than stacked on the ends.
The unit isn’t small either, sized at 144mm (W) x 160.3mm (H) x 50mm (D) and weighing in at 750 g (1.65 lbs). It supports both 120mm and 140mm fans and supports Intel sockets LGA 1156, 1366, 775 and with a optional bracket; AMD sockets AM2+/AM3. The packaging includes the companies PK-1 thermal grease.
Reviews have been posted and the cooler is slated to start shipping at the beginning of April for around 59.90 Euro.