It looks good. It should definitely run cooler the the ref design. I hope this delivers as advertised. I have to MSI 4870s that won't overclock a damn and have had nothing but bad luck with their motherboards.
I just bought a GTX460 Cyclone for my OLD Asrock 775Dual-VSTA, works like a champ. I am awaiting the new B3 67 boards to become available so my lonely i5-2500K processor has somewhere to go, so I would love to upgrade to the 560Ti.
Now being half-Taiwanese, born there, back to the States, back to Taiwan, and then back to the US, I really wish all the Taiwanese companies would have a native language speaker do their translations. "Dual fans provide twice the airflow to cool GPU/Memory/Power Module at once" doesn't need the "at once" It is redundant and since "at twice" doesn't make sense it should just be dropped. "Large-sized copper base provide faster dissapation of heat coming from the GPU" should use "provides" Better marketing speak would be "Faster GPU heat dissapation from large-sized copper base" and if it a thick copper base, impress people with the thickness, like, "Faster GPU heat dissapation from large-sized 1/4" copper base!"
My father ran a factory, EMMT, in Taiwan for many years in Taichung. They made core memory modules for military aircraft navigation. Mil-Spec was the terminology, not Military Class. Although with fruity American lawyers, putting Mil-Spec on the box may open you up to a lawsuit if they aren't actual Mil-Spec components. I like "Military Grade" vs "Military Class" personally.
If you come out with a Cyclone edition, it would be nice to know which one is cooler. I havne't been able to figure that out from the 460 information that is available.