Ok. kinda figured i'd make my own little mini-review about this. GigaByte's 3D Cooler Pro is what i'd consider to be a pretty nice cooler. if nobody here has seen/heard of it, HERE is the link to their official info page. It uses 4 heatpipes, which are cooled down by a fan embedded in between the heatsink fins, that blows air out to the side, which also cools off other things nearby. Picked mine up from a local computer show for $50 US. The fan speed adjuster can be turned up from a the low speed of 2,000 rpm's, all the way up to 4,000 rpm's. At 2,000 rpm's, it generates 20db of noise, while it generates 40db of noise at 4,000. I currently have the fan at max, during the time i was typing this, and the CPU temp is around 36 degrees Celcius, while the case temp is around 25 degrees Celcius. My only guess at the reason it isn't cooler, is because the only cooling from the fan that might directly contact the part of the HSF over the CPU, is after it is flowing around the case. On the back of the box, it says that the max speed is recommended for Overclocking. probably due to the fact that more air is cooling off the heatpipes more rapidly, thus keeping the CPU cool. After turning it back down to the lowest speed, my CPU temp is at around 39 degrees Celcius, while the case is still remaining at 25 degrees Celcius. If anyone wants me to tell them more about it, please ask me what you want to know, since i'm can't think of anything i'm forgetting at the moment. If you want pics of it installed, to get an idea of how large it is compared to other stuff, just ask. You probably shouldn't be too surprised how big it is since it does weigh 430g.