Adam Sova let us know about the new Nexus HOC-9000 heatsink which uses an exposed heatpipe base, dimpled aluminum fins, and 8mm diameter heatpipes. Frostytech has noticed more and more heatsinks are using this larger diameter heatpipe as it conducts heat more efficiency. According to the manufacturer, Nexus.nl the "v-shape area underneath the fan, the airflow focus, make the performance of this cooler reache an amazing 0.15°C/W. All the while while using an ultra low fan speed from 600 RPM (PWM controlled to a max of 1500 RPM)." The Nexus HOC-9000 heatsink is compatible with socket 775 Intel and AMD socket AM2/939 processors, weighs 737 grams and utilizes one 120mm PWM fan.
FULL STORY @ NEXUSTEK (http://www.nexustek.nl/HOC-9000_universal_high_performance_cpu_cooler.htm)