http://vr-zone.com/articles/thermalright-axp-140-heatsink-unveiled-and-unboxed-/6358.html?doc=6358 And for comparison: I'm counting 6 heatpipes, wrapping around in a G shape, giving you heat pipe coverage all around. Takes 120 or 140mm fans. Doesn't look like it'll have height clearance problems, or the base being too long (stupid XP-120). Weighs a whopping 900g or about 2 lb for you silly Americans and Brits. Looks like it'll be using a bolt through kit (would you use anything else?). MSRP at $60. Standard, I guess. Would cost the same as a Noctua C12P after you factor in the fan (Noctua P12). 145 x 147 x 70 mm. Lovely. The XP120 is 63mm tall. This is great news for anybody who wants a low profile heatsink that'll perform (not quite low enough for active cooling in a Sugo case, however). Oh, and if you've never tried it, try cleaning your heatsink by running it under water. Warm water. Heatpipes really do work. You take it for granted, until you've run hot water through your fins, and you're feeling it down in the base.