I wanted to get a nice VGA cooler for my super hot 6800GT. I had Thermalright V1-Ultra and Zalman VF900 in mind at first (not a fan of Artic Silencers). The VF900 is not yet released and the V1-Ultra cost a bomb, about RM180 to RM200 if you can find it. So i went scouting around LYN and saw a guy selling this, Sytrin KuFormula VF1 Plus and it looked pretty interesting. And got myself one It comes with a cross-flow fan and a tri-speed-controller Pretty powerful and not too noisy. Rated at 32db. The heatsink has 2 heat-pipes, kinda decent It doesn't have a finishing that i hoped for (sorry for the blurry picture), not as good as Thermalright's but definitely better than my previous Artic Silencer NV5. I had no problem what so ever on assembling the fan to it's speed controller but, it wasn't pleasant for me when it comes to mounting the heatsink to my card. The screws they provided were bumped headed screws and it prevents the base of the heatsink from touching the core. The screws were knocking onto the square metal thing around the core, at the area where i marked. I tried finding other screws in my drawer hoping to get a pair that fits but to no avail. It's either that the head is still to bumpy or the screws are too small. Then i noticed that my AcBel PSU has flat-headed screws on it, so i tried using those screws hoping that they fit and guess what? They do! I was so so glad that they fit in perfectly since the screws now do not have any contact whatsoever onto the square metal bracket anymore. The result: Stock idle: 66° Celcius Stock load: 79° Celcius VF1 idle: 53° Celcius VF1 load: 59° Celcius I tested the loading temp by running Guild Wars and 3dMark05 I'm satisfied with the product overall but hated alot bout that silly incompatible screws. I'll be sending an email to them later today regarding bout that issue.