The Zalman CNPS9900 MAX
In Figure 4, you see the front of the cooler. The front heatsink is shaped like the Greek letter Omega "Ω", and both ends are connected to the base of the cooler.
In Figure 5, you have a side view of the cooler. Here it is clear that there are two independet heatsinks, one smaller at the front side and another one, bigger, at the rear side. The fan is attached to the base by a metal holder. The fins are made of nickel-plated copper.
In Figure 6, you check the rear side of the cooler. The rear heatsink has two nickel-plated copper heatpipes. Each heatpipe has both ends connected to the base. We also can see the four-pin fan connector, which means the fan has PWM automatic speed control.
In Figure ,7 you see the cooler viewed from the top.
The base of the CNPS9900 MAX is also made of nickel-plated copper, with a perfect mirror-like finishing.