Universal air-cooled heatsinks have taken center stage in 2010 thanks to new six-core CPU platforms from AMD and Intel. The combination of aluminum fin arrays, heatpipes, and copper bases make for outstanding cooling solutions for today's hottest and fastest processors. Today's latest six-core processors require almost 220 watts of power, so many vendors have had to modify their heatsink's size, weight, and temperature threshold to match the latest hardware. Thermaltake stepped up to the plate and developed a dual-fan universal heatsink called the Frio to give power users a proven design that chills out many types of processors and looks good doing it.