Intel has cooked up a new processor cooler for its upcoming six-core Gulftown processors. It's a tower heatsink with four heatpipes, a large PWM fan, and a bolt-thru mounting kit instead of flimsy push-pins. The new cooler doesn't look at refined as aftermarket coolers, but it could perform pretty decent. It's unknown if Intel will ship this with all Gulftown processors, or only with the Extreme Edition models.
Different from the previous design, the fresh cooler employs tower design with horizontal blowing for enhanced airflow, and it features four copper heatpipes. There is no pesky Push-pin any more, as you can install with screws.