3DXtreme posts its Ideazon Merc Stealth Illuminated Gaming keyboard review. XSReviews talks about the Razer Lachesis mouse. Overclockers Club has a review on the CoolerMaster Hyper 212 heatsink.
The heatsink itself is very thin and has brackets for two fans, with one already in use by the stock fan. The four heatpipe configuration can be seen in the top down view of the heatsink, which is the most unique part, along with the two fans, about this cooler. The fins are separated by a couple of millimeters, as is standard with most heatsinks. On the top fan bracket, CoolerMaster can be seen elegantly inscribed, which is a nice addition if you like to show off your computer's internals. The included fan has a 3-pin power connector that is used by plugging it into your motherboard's fan header. There was no 3-pin-to-molex adapter provided, but those are easily obtainable, although it would have been a nice addition.