The Icy Vision
In Figure 4, you can see the top of the cooler. The blades of the fans have tips that are thicker than the rest of their body.
As you can see in Figure 5, the two heatsinks are independent from each other.
In Figure 6, you can see one of the sides of the cooler, where there are only two heatpipes connecting the heatsink to the base.
In Figure 7, you see other side of the cooler. This heatsink has three heatpipes.
In Figure 8, you can see the base of the cooler. Note the position of the heatpipes: three of them connect the base to one heatsink, and two are connecting the base to the second heatsink. Some fins of this heatsink are also directly connected to the base. Note that the cable has a four-pin connector, so you can connect it directly on your video card. The product comes with an adapter that allows you to connect it to a three-pin header on your motherboard or directly to a standard peripheral power connector of your power supply.
In Figure 9, you can see the plate where you attach the screws that hold the cooler in place. There are four possible positions for the screws, so the cooler is compatible with a large number of video cards.