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Thermaltake MaxOrb EX CPU Cooler - Packaging

Using our trusted T.E.C.C. testing methods, we compare Thermaltake's MaxOrb EX to all our previously tested coolers.

By: | CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 31, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%Manufacturer: Thermaltake

The Package



The front of the package allows us to see the cooler in all of its shiny copper glory. Thermaltake put a lot of useful information right on the front like the compatibility list and some of their marketing buzzwords.



The side shows a couple of graphics on how the cooler works, but the description in English that states, "This is a computer CPU Cooler, please refer to our official website, for detailed product information" leaves much to be desired.



The back portion of the box has several product images and a feature list.



The other side shows all of the specifications and a list of patents from the product.



The inner package is like many of Thermaltake's flagship coolers. The plastic keeps everything from moving around and the cooler is quite secure.


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