"We knew it was only a matter of time ‘till the latest Catalyst suite graced our desktops and here it is. It must be said that this looks to be quite a mean little driver set this month.
We're not going to say much else at this point. Check out the performance improvements below along with some of the other improvements that the latest driver has brought with it before we get stuck into the benchmarks and really see what this driver set means to us."
FULL STORY @ WINDOWS (http://mailbot.tweaktown.com/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/r/TweakTown_News/h/20100827091352/www.tweaktown.com/articles/3484/ati_catalyst_10_8_windows_7_driver_analysis/index.html/)
"It is nice to see that a heatsink manufacturer sticks behind their product. Performance heatsinks are usually a sizable expense and to have to purchase another heatsink just because you upgraded your system can be frustrating.
As I mentioned earlier in the review, Noctua does have an LGA1366 Mounting Kit and it is still available online or via Noctua, although it has been discontinued since the launch of the NM-I3.
If you do happen to own one of the listed Noctua heatsinks (listed in specifications) you would be doing yourself a great injustice if you didn’t take advantage of Noctua's free offer. Performance cooling comes at a price. If you can extend the life of your heatsink and continue to benefit from that cooling performance without having to upgrade each time you build a new system, the price suddenly doesn’t seem bad at all."
FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION (http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/heatsinksfans/1667-noctua-nm-i3-securefirm-2-and-lga1366-mounting-kits-review)