The NH-D14 still comes in a white box that offers renderings of the cooler as the backdrop. On top of that, Noctua provides naming at the top of the packaging, and near the middle is an image of the D-14 with four trendsetting features listed along with their site address.
We weren't going to take a bunch of images of the packaging, but the right side of the packaging was still relevant. Not only does it show the specifications chart, but it also shows we have the original, and not the LGA2011 edition. However, since 1150, 155, and 1156 all use the same socket spacing, we are good to go.
With the NH-D15 at the left, and the NH-D14 at the right, we can see even the packaging alludes to the fact that the newer cooler is larger. The newer cooler is a bit taller due to the hardware boxes being changed from the D-14, but we can tell improvements are afoot in the newer design.
Rather than redoing the hardware section, we decided to spread everything out here. The cooler is surrounded in the white box to the left, and survives shipping quite well. As for the rest of the gear, it all comes in the thin white box the SecuFirm2 hardware, case badge, thermal paste, and other goodies are sitting in. To the left of that box we have AMD and Intel installation guides.
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