The other day, I was testing the Cooler Master GeminII S524 Ver.2 in the SilverStone Primera PM01 to see how much of a difference in temperature the case made. Somehow, every time I work on my computer, there is always something that goes wrong, which means I have to spend quite a bit more time on making sure everything is back in order. Thankfully, the mistakes are usually very small, and just take an extra few minutes. At first, I made the mistake of attaching the cooler without putting on thermal paste. I was in a bit of a rush, but this was an easy fix that does not take much time. However, in the process of taking the heatsink off, one of the nuts attached to the back fell off and landed between the motherboard tray and the motherboard itself. It was completely stuck. Since I was in a rush, I did not want to take out the motherboard and place it back. It was time to get creative. I wish I was more successful in the end, but the truth is, there are always problems that require creative solutions, and we meet those problems every day. Creativity is very useful to figuring out solutions to those problems, and it has a wide range of possible applications. Companies have to be creative with their marketing to attract more people. As well, they have to be creative in their products for them to be better than previous versions. Today, we have the Scythe Fuma up for review. Even though the basic design structure is similar to some other heatsinks, the Fuma promises creativity in other elements of its design too. Read on to find out what they are!