The cooler comes with asymmetrical tilted aluminum fins that should create some decent airflow resistance for optimal cooling. There are six copper based (nickel plated) heatpipes. The cooler is sized 131 x 120 x 165 mm (5.2 x 4.7 x 6.5 inches) and weighs 939 grams.
Wiring is a bit messy, the two fans lead to one Y splitter that connects to your motherboard CPU FAN header. And though hard to see on the overexposed photo, there is yet another Molex connector that feeds from the power supply, to juice up the top LED. I don't see why everything could not be ported through one cable.
When we flip it around (plastic protection covers this) we see an all copper yet nickel plated base, with TIM (thermal grease) already applied for you. Not exactly a mirror flat finish though, there's room for some improvement there alright.
Any processor fitting the following sockets is supported: Intel Socket LGA1366 / 1156 / 775 AMD Socket AM3 / AM2+ / AM2.
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