The Basics (continued):
The top of the cooler, as seen below, is a bit different. Prolimatech has chosen to add a design to the top fins. I recall reading in another article that the reviewer likened it to a Decepticon logo. Either way, it's pretty cool, and the extra surface area should contribute to the cooling performance.
Next up we see what goodies come with the Megahalems cooler. Prolimatech has included both the socket 775 and socket 1366 mounting brackets, (2) side braces, (1) cross brace, (4) mounting posts, (4) mounting nuts, and (2) spring-loaded mounting screws. Also in the box are fan clips and a tube of thermal compound (which we used throughout our testing - so there is at least enough paste for 6 applications).
As mentioned earlier, Crazy PC was nice enough to include a Scythe Kaze-Jyuni
120mm fan for our testing which falls into the specifications Prolimatech recommends for this cooler.
The last item, which is not pictured, is an instruction manual which we had to deviate from to get the cooler to fit our test rig (more on that shortly).