SilverStone presents the Nitrogon NT07-1156, a new cooler designed to be used as a replacement for Intel's reference HSF that ships with LGA1156 processors. Save a couple of details the SilverStone cooler looks pretty much the same as the one from Intel, but given its price of roughly $20 I'm not sure why anyone would want to buy this.
It bears resemblance with the Intel HSF, using essentially the same design, with its own additions of a base made entirely of copper, and manual speed control. The base conveys heat to a heatsink with spirally-projecting, forked, aluminum fins. A 90 mm fan circulates air, it measures 90mm (W) x 90mm (H) x 16mm (D), with two speed modes selectable by a tiny switch on the fan-frame: 1200~3000rpm ± 10% and 1200~1800rpm ± 10%; pushing 12~40 CFM / 12~23 CFM on the two modes, respectively.
The cooler measures 93mm (W) x 36.5mm (H) x 93mm (D), weighing 310 g. With LGA1156 push-pins, the cooler is easy to install and remove.